A former war reporter with a life-altering injury shows up unannounced at the Florida home of his ex-wife and teenage daughter. A lonely dolphin, a boy named Elvis and the search for algebraic solutions round out this moving, humorous tale of a fractured family struggling to connect.
Semi-Finalist, Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s 2018 National PlaywrightsConference
Semi-Finalist, Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest 2018
Workshop Production: And Toto too Theatre Company, Denver, CO., April 8, 2019.
Staged Reading: Competitively selected for New Play Festival, Vintage Theatre, Aurora, CO., Aug. 5, 2017.
Honorable Mention, Writer’s Digest 2016 Stage Play Competition.
Full-length dramatic comedy 4 men, 3 women
A brilliant, biracial teenage boy wants to star on a reality TV show, but his family doesn’t make it easy for him. Generations and cultures collide in this funny, tender tale of a 21st century family.
“A wisely woven comedy is getting a deserved world premiere,”—The Denver Post
“For audiences, it’s an entertaining and thought-provoking holiday evening.”—Westword
Carlotta is pushed to desperate extremes as she watches her boy play a heated soccer match. Meanwhile, her friend, Ivy, just tries to remain sane. A play that gives new meaning to the term "soccer mom."
“A 24-hour stint in a Denver park serves as a fertile playground for five talented local playwrights.”—The Denver Post