Ambassadors of God: Peter Maurin and Dorothy Day - A homeless man touched by God directs a young woman to open Houses of Hospitality for those in need and this evolves into the Catholic Worker movement.
Produced under a grant from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.
A Christmas Carol - An updated musical version of the classic set in a New England mill town in 1890.
Produced for five consecutive seasons at the Colonial Theatre, Westerly, RI.
An Elephant Murder - A young woman gets pregnant by elephant handler. Her mother has another match planned. Her father mortgages the house to buy a half share in the elephant. What's a girl to do?
Produced at the Charlotte Repertory Theatre New Plays Festival and as staged readings at the RI Playwrights' Festival and New Playwrights' Theatre, Washington, DC.
The Frog King - Danny is a composer who would rather play poker and work shady real estate deals than write music. His wife and his boss collide over possession of his soul.
Produced as a reading at Playwrights' Platform in Boston, MA.
Leona - Radical politics in the 1970s. A black deputy mayor finds herself caught between an old love and her demagogue employer.
Produced as a reading by Fourth Friday Playwrights, New York
Schwab - A woman seduces the protege of Andrew Carnegie in order to wreak revenge in J.P. Morgan.
Bishop's Light - A bipolar TV commentator decides to solve the problems of an18th century ghost while wooing a gold digger he picked up in a bar.