"A character on stage should not just represent a member of the audience. Ideally, a dramatic hero should be a sort of mediator, a witch doctor or a priest, standing between the audience and the gods."
-- Guy Gallo, BOMB Magazine
God and Sex - a married couple wrestles with issues of faith, libido, and parenthood (2011).
Still Life with Nude - a painter at the end of his career confronts Art and his personal history through conflict with his assistant and his model (2010).
Passage - two couples confront the life changes brought on by pregnancy and cancer (2009). Semi-finalist for the 2010 Eugene O’Neill National Playwright's Conference.
The Last Christmas -- the Christmas Truce of 1914. "Imagine if the soldiers had refused to ever again pick up their guns." (2009)
The Shallow End - a drama set in a Mediterranean vacation resort for the terminally ill (1997); produced reading at Jean Cocteau Repertory, directed by James B. Nicola (2000).
Antigone in Desire - a retelling of Sophocles’ tragedy set in a New Orleans housing project (1997); The Lang Theater Center, under my direction (1999).
Peter and Wendy - non–musical adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s novel; Yale Dramat, Yale University Theater, directed by Peter Wallace (1981).
Rain in Lent - on Mardi Gras, a woman refuses to accept her husband's death (1978). Hunter College Playhouse, directed by Douglas Hughes (Fall 1979); Double Image Theater, directed by Jude Schanzer (Spring 1979).
Failing - an aging man recalls his missed opportunity to kill Hitler. Phyllis Anderson Prize for Playwriting at Harvard. Loeb Drama Center, directed by Tommy Thompson (1977).
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