The Little Sisters of Littleton: A three-character play about two elderly sisters and the man in their lives. Frank Minor has returned to his hometown to see his ex-wife, but his success is hampered when he begins an affair with his former sister-in-law. Comedy.
The 36th Line: Winner of the Dorothy Silver Playwriting Award, finalist for the National Playwright's Conference, O'Neill Center, this six-character play weaves an old Hebrew legend about the Lah-med Vov, 36 Just individuals, and the modern concept of co-dependence
Remember: One-act play. An old man struggles with reality as he fixates on a past transgression.
Sufi Dancing: A one-act play that confronts homelesssness and the stress of inner-city life.
First Impressions: A one-act play about coping with inner-city life.
Dino's Business: An odd friendship with a mentally handicapped man leads a disgruntled bus driver to straighten out his life. Quarterfinalist, Certificate of Merit, Cinestory Screenwriting Awards, 2002.
Second Chance: A frustrated musician looks back on his life and the choice he made that dashed his dreams.
Full Circle: A horrible realization leads a man to believe he has inadvertently married his daughter. Optioned by The Entertainment Alliance under the title Within the Circle. Originally optioned by Jon Gordon Productions.
Doubleplay: A girls baseball team aspires to take on the minor league. Optioned by lion TV.
Scripts for Youth
The Goldfish Bowl: The daily struggles of young girls in a teen shelter are put aside when the City announces its closing. (Drama)
Camp Kawanahana: A freak snow-storm hits a summer camp in Maine. (Comedy)
Peer Review: The all-student review board in a private school tackles discipline for some wacky offenders. (Comedy)
Seven Minutes in Heaven: two adolescents find themselves locked in a room, expected to 'make-out' for seven minutes. (Comedy)
Teens At the Mall: four teenage girls and one baby sister cruise the boys at a typical mall. (Comedy)
Cars: Teenage girls sneak out for a night on the town. (Comedy)
Filling the Void: three middle-schoolers return to school after skipping out for lunch to find it empty, (Comedy)
I Fixed It: two young sisters hatch a plan to prevent their father from leaving.
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