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Piedmont One Act Play


At present, my website is being updated.

While this transformation is in progress, I recommend you click on over to New Play Exchange, part of the National New Play Network. There you will find several of my plays available for perusal.

And check out my available plays at Next Stage Press:


San Francisco Theatre Critics Circle Commendation

for Phoenix Arts Association virtual premiere

of Bird on a Tree Branch

"for especially courageous and distinguished work online during Covid-19’s devastating forced closures. Thank you for keeping theatre alive through such dark days."

Cordell Reports Review

It’s a spring day in April 1965. Vivian and Doug are a white, middle class couple taking refuge in their basement as they find themselves in the path of the worst tornado on record in the Midwest. They share their shelter with Hannah, a black woman they picked up at the bus stop, on their way home from church. Racial tension, misunderstanding, family secrets and regret underpin the story of this play. Civil rights meet civil war as the trio struggle to survive this shelter from the storm.

Available from Next Stage Press

We first encounter Edna at ninety-six, alone in her apartment in the small town where she has always lived. Like many others her age, she is awash in memories, appearing to await the end of her life. As we meet her best friend Margaret, and travel back in time through a handful of moments from Edna’s past, her very human journey unfolds. With good humor and the strength it takes to survive nine decades, Edna reminds us everyone's story is full of dreams, some met and some lost, challenging our perception of the elders among us.

Available from Next Stage Press

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