Sunday, August 13, 2017


Another new 10-minute play, hot off the press!  I finally got over my writer's block...

Yellow leaves are swirling under a blue sky on an October morning in New York City.  Young Maida and her new acquaintance, a roadie named Richard who works for bands, have a confrontation in Central Park about why she doesn't want to have a fling with him.

New short play - NEVER AGAIN

The first new script I've written in several months...a friend suggested I write something to the prompt of "Never Again."

In the story, Angie and Judith argue about bad men, loss of virginity, Bill Gates, and the Catholic church, all while drinking cocktails in Angie's living room.  But they end up agreeing that if they lived like quiet nuns in a cloister, they couldn't listen to the Rolling Stones.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Another publication from Applause Theatre & Cinema Books

Applause Theatre & Cinema Books will publish my monologue JEAN from one-act WHAT REMAINS in "Later Chapters: The Best Scenes and Monologues for Actors over 50" from Applause books.  

SYNOPSIS: At her beach house in Maine, Jean explains her marital difficulties to her grown daughter.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

New publication from Applause Books

My monologue JAKE, from short play AN ARTFUL MARRIAGE, will be published in "Later Chapters: The Best Scenes and Monologues for Actors over 50" from Applause Theatre & Cinema Books.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

HASHING IT OVER to be produced in New York City

My short serio-comedy HASHING IT OVER, about feminism, classism, and sexism, will be produced in New York City in March 2017, as part of a night of one-acts by The Thalia Festival, with all-female casts, directors, and playwrights.

SYNOPSIS: Mindy and Imelda, two professional women, discuss their work and love lives while chowing down in a burger joint, when suddenly the waitress and her boss intervene.

New script-in-hand reading in London - AN EVENING WITH THE LOCAL DEMOCRATIC COALITION

New comic monologue AN EVENING WITH THE LOCAL DEMOCRATIC COALITION will be produced in London in Feb. 2017, by Goblin Baby Theatre Co. at Bread & Roses, in their "Where do we go from here?" event about the Brexit and Trump's election.