- Like an Old Song
Secrets are spilled as seven older gay men meet a handsome young member of the “new” gay generation and find their beloved nightclub under siege by a gay-bashing gang of high-schoolers.
Named “Best Gay-Themed Play” of 2000 by Backstage West and Frontiers Newsmagazine. The original production of this play starred Tony winner Sammy “A Chorus Line” Williams.
One-Act: 1 hr. 30 min.
8M: 20s, 40s-70s
- Inverted Pyramid
Gay man meets Jewish woman in this dramatic comedy that neatly wraps up themes of homosexuality, Judaism, AIDS, cancer and religion in a story about an unusual friendship in a New York ad agency.
Winner of the Midwest Playwrights Festival, and named “Best Play of the Year” by the Ann Arbor News.
Originally produced at the Performance Network.
One-Act: 1 hr. 40 min.
- When Harry Met Harry
This comedy tells the story of what happens when two perfect strangers meet briefly, connect and then must break “the rules” or forever wonder if they missed their “mister right.”
Critically acclaimed by the LA Times and LA Weekly. Originally produced at the 2100 Square Feet Theatre.
One-Act: 15 min. – airport gate
- Bible Stories
This 12-monologue (one or two characters are gay) play deals with issues of contemporary morality through comedic and dramatic character studies.
Critically acclaimed in the LA Times. Nominated for three LA Weekly Theatre Awards including “Best Playwriting.”
1 hr. 30 min.
12M (parts can be doubled, if necessary)