EVERY PAIR OF BLUE JEANS WAS LIKE A BULLET
Marx, Lenin and Stalin find themselves as stockbrokers in New York City. (three men, simple set)
HOW COOL IS THAT
A brief encounter with a legendary figure (two men, simple set)
A NIGHT ON THE MOON
A paid male escort comes between two old friends (two women. one man)
FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
Plans are made to mate the husband of a recently deceased friend (two women)
Three one acts.
MISSISSIPPI JADE – a white rock and roller meets up with the gate keeper of Hell, an old black bluesman;
AUGIE ABRAMS – a man steals a truck and tries to change his life and his luck in Las Vegas; and
SAINT GEORGE – a lonesome man and a ravaged hooker meet on a street in Hollywood at two a.m., trying to connect. Three plays about loneliness and ambition. (4 men, 1 woman, simple sets)
THIRTY YEARS IN SIXTY SECONDS
The 1960’s meet the 1970’s meet the 1980’s simultaneously in a theatrical piece of cubism about truth being a matter of perspective (3 men, 3 women, simple set)
ALL GOD’S CHILDREN GOT EQUIPMENT
A gay man and black woman meet in an emergency room, fall into a violent argument, then suddenly, unexpectedly, touch
(1 white male, 1 black female);
A DAY AT THE OFFICE
Three one acts.
THE GIRLS IN THE OFFICE, I’VE GOT MINE and ONE DAY IN HELL explore a day in the life of a big city law firm; a study in envy, ego, back biting bitchiness, ambition, and barely repressed insanity; a Samuel Beckett world where everyone wants to leave, but no one can. (5 women, 4 men, simple sets)
A Wasp, a Jew and a black man share their unspoken and terrified
thoughts on a late night train ride from Grand Central to White Plains (3 males).