Full-length plays

THE LAST TRUCK STOP

A tenacious trucker-turned-truck-stop-owner and her poetic, gun-toting postal carrier debate staying or going when their desert town is declared a no-go zone. Should they trust the colorful stranger who arrives with a story they desperately want to believe?

ON STAGE

Matthew Zahnzinger (Nurse) and Kathy-Ann Hart (Astrid) in THE SINGULARITY. World premiere, Science Fiction Theatre Company (Boston)

THE SINGULARITY

Astrid wants to become a mom, but she’s missing one very vital ingredient for getting pregnant. So she improvises with a turkey baster full of stolen dark matter. And it works. Within a couple of weeks, she’s expanded to three times her normal size. She knows something wants out, but she’s not sure what that something is.

One-act plays

Kyle Sturdivant (Jeffrey), Andrew Love (Todd), Robert McMillan (Wayne), and Rebecca Randall Feit (Amanda) in FLAGELLATING THE BOSS. Six of One Productions (Houston)

FLAGELLATING THE BOSS

Three trod-upon employees have tied their boss up and rendered him unconscious. As they decide what to do next–kill him or set him free–he wakes up and gives them an easy out. Will they take it and lose their self respect, or deny him and suffer the consequences?

Kevin Scott (Jerry), Andy Batt (Phil), Josh Kessler (Man) and Nikki Rehmert (Woman) in PLEASE REMOVE THIS STUFFED ANIMAL FROM MY HEAD. MadLab Theatre (Columbus)

PLEASE REMOVE THIS STUFFED ANIMAL FROM MY HEAD

A man visits the Bureau of Stuffed Animal removal in hopes of having the little stuffed lion that has appeared on his head removed. The only catch? The procedure is potentially life threatening.

Phil E. Eichinger (Randy) and Tom Lacey (JJ Jr.) in MILITIA SLUMBER PARTY, OR EMBRACING THE NEW WORLD ORDER.
Green Light Productions (New York City)

MILITIA SLUMBER PARTY, OR EMBRACING THE NEW WORLD ORDER

Randy, Carl and JJ Jr. debate the details of their next mission to fight the black helicopters and tracking implants of the New World Order. Shirley makes pizza rolls.

ON STAGE
2012: Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins Festival, Revolution Theatre Company (Chicago) production
2009: Houston Fringe Festival, Six Of One Productions (Houston) production
2008: Southwest Theatre & Film Association, 61st Annual Conference (Hot Springs, AR) production
2008: GLO 2008, Green Light Productions (New York City) production
2008: Women in Theatre: Houston Voices, A celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize (Houston) reading