I have a new collection of one-act plays out! You can grab a copy at select bookstores or at Amazon.com (click on the image to order.)
Robert Louis Stevenson, Christy Mathewson, and Adelaide Crapsey hook up in a tuberculosis Cure Cottage in the Bardo. A family deals with its patriarch’s dementia. An aging Doyen gets revenge on people from her past. A couple deals with the death of a beloved dog. An addict seeks help from his best friend and an old lover. Funny, poignant, haunting, and perceptive, these one-act plays deal with contemporary issues and the way people handle them. They are poetic, literary, and accessible and are both easily read and simply staged. Be prepared to be challenged and amused!