- The Crazy Man
Nicki Fairfield struggles with a defiant younger brother, an uncle who believes he is God, and a shaky relationship with her partner Diana. All of which leaves Nicki even more afraid of her deep feelings for Diana — a prescription for losing her.
Produced: off-off-Broadway in 1983, by the Richmond Triangle Players in 1992, and by Longwood College in 1985.
Three-Act: 2 hours – one interior set
- Therapy – A Play in 8 Sessions
Selene, who has a record of violence toward her lovers, has been required by the courts to seek therapy. Her therapist, Clare, is understanding, intrigued by her new client, and has a hard time keeping the relationship professional.
One-Act?: 1 hr. 25 min. – one interior set
- The Island
Two women, complete opposites, are stranded on a deserted island after an ill-fated Olivia cruise.
One-Act?: 1 hr. 15 min. – one exterior set
- The Bet
An arrogant playgirl bets a friend that she can “get” the straight woman her roommate is falling for. (Audiences love this one. Surprise ending)
One-Act?: 1 hr. 15 min. – one interior set
- The Women’s Tale
Choreo-ensemble piece, variety of characters and situations about what makes lesbians lesbians. While not a musical, the music that introduces each scene is very important.
One-Act?: 1 hour – five stools, assorted props
- Off Season
A famous writer’s mountain vacation is interrupted when she has to share her cabin with a young woman who is the daughter she gave up to be with her lover.
One-Act?: 2 hours – one interior cabin setting