On the bleachers during a little league game, parents root for their children, teenagers flirt with heartbreak, and strangers become friends. LITTLE LEAGUE explores the compassion and courage it takes to grow up.
Doris and Cleveland was presented at Dixon Place in the Winter of 2017.
Doris and Cleveland were dating, until Doris took a job out of town for a year. Now with Doris back, they try and rekindle an old flame.
Blind Banana was presented at Dixon Place in the Winter of 2016
Charles lives with his parents, but Lucy doesn’t know that. Lucy has just been dumped, but Charles doesn’t know that. Blind Banana explores the world of online dating, what it’s like to move back in with your parents after recently graduating college and why a banana is a good thing to bring on a first date.
Collaboration was presented as part of Hampshire College’s Main Stage Season in 2014
Melissa has just received news that her worldwide bestselling novel is now getting made into a movie, and she is ecstatic. When Stew, her struggling screenwriter husband, hears that his pilot will not be getting picked up by HBO, he is devastated. Collaboration is a new comedy that explores what happens when you keep a little too much from your spouse, and tell a little too much to someone who may not exist.
The World’s Best Therapist
The World’s Best Therapist was selected as a Finalist in the Strawberry One-Act Festival in the Winter of 2015
Roger and Amber are keeping a big secret from each other: they are both going to therapy. For most couples going to therapy wouldn’t be a big deal, but Roger and Amber aren’t most couples. Many years ago, to prove their everlasting love for each other, they made a pact never to go to therapy, with the stipulation that whoever broke the pact would owe the other $50,000. Not only are Roger and Amber secretly going to therapy, but unbeknownst to each other, they are also seeing the same therapist. The therapist, failing to realize that his clients are married to each other, sets Roger and Amber up on a blind date. He thinks he has a genius plan; two clients, both unhappy with their respective spouses-- it’s a match made in heaven, if the couple wasn’t already a couple.
Half Empty: Three One-Acts
Half Empty was presented at The Tank NYC in the Spring of 2015
We watch as a relationship built on a lie shrivels like a plum into a prune, as a woman juices her wedding photos and as a couple investigates buying babies off the Internet. Half Empty invites you to sit back, relax and watch relationships that are just trying to stay afloat.
Flirting With Age was selected for the Santa Cruz Actors’ Theatre annual 8 Tens @ 8 Festival in the Winter of 2016
Marge and Harold are so thrilled that their son millennial son Bill is coming home to visit, and they’re even more excited to meet his new girlfriend, Joan. But when Bill walks in the door with Joan, who's over 70 years old, it’s far from what Marge and Harold had imagined.
Food Chain was presented at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in the Fall of 2013
Albert and Ben spend an evening together waiting for a train, and by looking at them they're complete opposites. One is extremely put together and the other, well... he could really use a shower. But by the time the sun comes up the next morning, they both realize they have far more in common than they had originally thought.
Technology and I have a nice rapport, we've been through a lot together. We eat lunch together, we listen to music together, we even share secrets together. But remember, it's okay to be critical even about the things you love.