Full Length Works

Licorice Whips

Grandmother knows best, as an adult grandson is shown -passing dreams have magic consequences..! One evening ahead of his own son’s fifth birthday, CHARLIE intends to confront his eccentric grandmother, ENID, about her mad behavior. But his demands turn into unexpected revelations, as ENID reaches into his deepest, unexpressed fears.. agitating memories of CHARLIE’S own fifth birthday – and the magic they shared together.. Real magic, that terrified his own father..

A Lesson to Forgive

This play was my first work produced in London, and premiered in 1994 at The Man In The Moon, Pub Theatre, through faith in the work by its director, Areta Breeze. It is a style that solidified my thinking, in British terms, of theatre opportunities, with all permissions of context, concepts, staging, and forums of performance -pub, studio spaces, community hall, theatres, Festivals. This was an initial freedom of exploration – in imagination and writing at the start of a journey, orienting how I would work in the medium of live stage performance..

Dahlias and Moonshine

SYNOPSIS: …one sullen summer’s night .. an estranged husband and wife sit tense, staring into a garden, of dahlias, moonshine..  ..whispering fears strike one another as lightning, jolting years of secrets into view .. for which their son might be paying the price: is it love, or a haunting in plain sight..


This play is in Three Acts.