- To Have and to Hold
Two gay, HIV+ men, who are aspiring performers, meet online and attempt to have a relationship.
The play has had six different productions. In 1998, it was nominated for the George Oppenheimer Award as the best NYC stage debut by a playwright.
One-Act? – one set
- You Look For Me
Two men meet in the Peace Corps, in 1964, have a relationship and then go their very different ways. Their ongoing relationship is told in letters and e-mails.
Produced in NYC in 2000, and will be performed in the Summer of 2001 on Fire Island, NY.
2M: the same age (25-60)
- Flowers for Terry
In the District of Columbia Mall, the straight brother of a deceased man due to AIDS meets two of his brother’s gay friends at a showing of the AIDS Quilt.
One-Act: 15 min.
- Breakfast with Maria
A monologue by gay man who talks to his cat over breakfast before going to the hospital for a hernia operation. It is the same hospital where his partner of almost forty years dies a year earlier.
Broadcast on NPR.
One-Act: 30 min.