- All Tied Up in Love
An hilarious, gay, romantic comedy about people who are so heart-over-head in love with each other that they just can’t get it straight. Kenny falls wildly in love with straight Paul, who falls for Kenny anyway. Just as Kenny’s best friend Curtis, is about to take the leap with his boyfriend, Kenny falls for Curtis. Just as Kenny finally works everything out, Kenny’s suicidal mother calls to move in. In the end, it’s old-fashioned love that saves the day, and Kenny.
“Outstanding Writing. An enjoyable new play about blossoming gay love, full of snappy dialogue, that explores the development of love beyond sex and how a new relationship can change older ones. Fun and engaging, the playwright clearly knows his craft.” – Off-Off Broadway Review
Played at Expanded Arts Theatre Company, NYC.
?-Act: full-length play
3M: late-early 20s
- A Little Class
A gay graduate student is so obsessed with his Marxist journalism teacher that he jeopardizes his relationship with his own lover. The student, convinced that the teacher is the answer to his life, tracks the teacher down in a bar where they engage in a battle of wills about Marxism and the meaning of love.
“Finely wrought, slick, nicely paced and stocked with talent.” — New Haven Advocate
Played at The Long Wharf Theatre. A Samuel French Semi-Finalist.
3M: two are 30s, one 40
- Within Touching Distance
Going backwards in time, to the beginning.
One-Act: a trilogy
- Salty Tears
A comedy about what might have happened if Christopher Columbus’s map maker had been gay.
- Prometheus All Bound
An exploration of the current-day political meaning of the mythic characters Prometheus and Zeus.
- Garden Street
A highly stylized play about Adam and Steve, black and white, in the Garden of Eden.
- Salty Tears