PEDRO CASTILLO IS INNOCENT
Pedro Castillo is in jail for a crime he didn't commit. We watch him, his family, a fellow inmate and a guard grapple with this all too common situation. Debuted as a reading at Studio Theatre Long Island and as a full production at Theater for the New City.
A daughter sends her mother to an assisted living facility - where she meets someone who changes both of their lives.
A romance that shows love stories exist for people much older than Romeo and Juliet.
Debuted at Theater 294.
WHEN RADIO RULED THE WORLD
A hilarious one act about a man who wakes up in a world where sound effects lead to events. Debuted at Theater for the New City.
RED MOON RISING
A soldier and a waitress meet as we find out where he's been, where he's going and what his latest mission may be.
Debuting at Theater for the New City.
CARETAKER OF COROFIN
When the caretaker of cottages in an Irish town passes away suddenly, it sends shockwaves through the town. An American tourist becomes a suspect, when police classify the death as a homicide. Debuted at Theater for the New City.
Three friends back from Iraq come up with a plan to make money, just before one gets married. A play about the war within and what happens when soldiers return home. Debuted at Theater for the New City.
A one night stand turns into something different when two people who meet at a bar decide to head to Niagara Falls. Why wait for the honeymoon? We learn about them on their trip and wonder whether they'll stay together when the trip is done. Debuted at Theater for the New City.
LADY FROM LIMERICK
An Irish woman travels to New York City in search of youth, beauty and plastic surgery. She finds much more than she bargained for. Based on a true story that led to a powerful article in The New York Times that inspired this play. Debuted at Theater for the New City.
Who was the first woman to run for President? This play looks at the fascinating, but largely forgotten, story of Victoria Woodhull, who ran for President before women have the right to vote. Debuted in regional theater.
YEAR OF THE IGUANA
The story of Tennessee and Rose Williams, who was the role model for many of the playwright's greatest characters. Debuted at Studio Theatre Long Island.