The Armchair Travelers (full-length)
A New York businessman on the brink of failure, travels home with his estranged brother to find out what his recently deceased mother's estate is worth, only to uncover a wild array of secrets instead.
-Semi-finalist for The Princess Grace Award
-Short version workshopped at The Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY, and commissioned by The Source Theatre in Washington DC.
The Blue Balloon (full-length)
In a world where you turn to whispers when you die, the famous, despised and dying Alexander Bloom realizes he must say something brilliant in order to appease the public and leave a lasting legacy. After several futile attempts to figure out the right words, he serendipitously meets a nervous young man called The Moth, who claims his favorite writer has invented a device that dilates time. Desperate, Alexander goes on the journey in hopes that he can buy a few more moments to figure everything out. Instead, he finds out what he’s been looking for has been inside him all along.
-Semi-finalist P73 Fellowship, Semi-finalist for O'Neill Conference
-Workshopped at NYTW via Columbia's Play Feast
The Delphinium Mansion (ten-minute)
Two men on the way to pay their final respects to a friend find out that the deceased had a few more surprises left up his dead sleeves.
-Published, Heuer Publishing 2015
-Selection for the 2010 Samuel French OOB Festival
-Part of American Globe Theatre's Fifteen Minute Plays. Winner of Audience Choice, and Alan Minieri Memorial Playwriting Award
What Remains (ten-minute)
After their father's funeral, three siblings are forced to contend with exposed secrets.
-Produced by Source Theatre Festival, Washington DC in 2008
-Part of Deep Six, a charity event for Circle of Friends for the Dying, Kingston NY
Hutton's Paradox (one-act)
Based on Neil Gaiman's "We Can Get Them For You Wholesale," a young man hires an assassin to kill his cheating spouse, only to find himself getting a bargain he didn't ask for.
-Schapiro Studio 2009
For a Moment in the Darkness, We Wait (one-act)
An uptight old man and a cocky teenage boy come to a notorious part of Central Park to find ways to feel less alone.
Theatre 3’s 21st annual One Act Play Festival, Port Jefferson 2019