- Three Grooms and a Bride
A gay male couple and their straight best friends plan a double wedding with unexpected complications.
Fully updated to reflect current LGBTQ zeitgeist.
“Uproariously funny … An enjoyable outing! Recommended!” LA Weekly.
“Enjoyable! … A breezy romp! Likable characters and warm, sympathetic humor.” – Los Angeles Times
“Non-stop guffaws! A wonderful piece of entertainment” – Orange County Blade
The subsequent “Three Grooms” screenplay adaptation won the One In Ten Screenwriting Contest, 2003, for excellence in gay-themed material.
Produced at the Coast Playhouse, West Hollywood, 2002.
Two act: 2 hrs. – simple indoor and outdoor locations, or one multi-use set
3M: late 20-early 30s
2F: one late 20-early 30s, one late 50s
- Just Men
A TV writer and his bigoted father must come to terms over one combustible weekend, with the help of the son's lover and their best friend, a gorgeous African-American woman.
Produced at the Stella Adler Theatre, Hollywood, spring 1996; three extensions.
“Funny and touching … A show with comic appeal for anyone who's ever faced a difficult confession.” – Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Choice).
“Howlingly funny … A real side-splitter.” – Santa Monica Outlook
Two-Act: 1 hr. 55 min. – one set
3M: two 30s, one 60
1F: late 20-30s
- Parental Discretion
A gay couple decide whether or not to have a child. Just at that time, one of their narrow-minded fathers is forced to move in with them. A follow-up piece to “Just Men.”
Produced at the Coast Playhouse, West Hollywood, spring-summer 1999, and The Little Room Downstairs, Houston, fall 1999.
“Skillfully crafted and clever!” – LA Weekly
“Floor-stompingly funny. A must-see!” – KXLU-FM
Developed as a half-hour pilot for Warner Bros. TV, and executive producer Jennifer Aniston.
Two-Act: 1 hr. 50 min. – one set
3M: two 30s, one 60s
4F: three late 20-30s, one 50-60s