PLAYS AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTION
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Playwrights Guild of Canada
Mourning After the Night Before
Drama, 3F 2M
When a family moves to a small coastal town to recover from a tragedy, they struggle to rediscover who they are and if they're worth saving. Lucy doesn't know who she is anymore. Everett is falling in love. Drew has lost so much already. Fenwick is just trying to keep her family afloat. And Pippa, well Pippa is drowning.
Mourning After the Night Before explores the rippling impact of loss and the repercussions of drowning in every way a person can drown.
Drama, 2F 1M
What could Jegger, a young punk, and Malone, a past middle-aged woman, possibly have in common? Drawn together by their mutual hatred for the woman who damaged them both, they plot her destruction. Some say revenge is bittersweet, and sometimes it’s like a box of chocolates.
Drama, 3F 3M
There are many different types of love: first love, true love, obsessive love, and that other type of love. A high school god falls for the wrong girl. His teacher. A modern take on a classic story, this dark tale of heart break and revelations explores the nature of love without boundaries.
Clarissa on her Deathbed
Full length dramatic comedy, 2F 1M
Clarissa’s world of make believe is a place where archeologists uncover magical birthday presents, tea is served to avoid talk show tragedies, Russian spies reveal their feelings in finger paintings, and stuffed animal bunny rabbits protect your darkest secrets. A coming of age story about the resilience of children and their ability to believe in fairy tales and ‘happily ever after’ in the face of real life.
Full length dramatic comedy, 3F 4M
A play about our storybook romance expectations and how real life struggles to live up to the fantasy lives we've created for ourselves. It's like Shrodinger's cat. As long as you stick to online dating without really getting to know someone, you're perfect together without actually being in a relationship.
*Best of Fringe (Toronto)
Full length comedic drama, min 10F 8M
A love story, a comedy, and a glimpse into the tragic possibilities of high school violence and hate. Romeo and Juliet for a modern audience.
Drama, 3F 1M
A daughter struggles to reconcile the past she thought she knew with a wardrobe full of roles to try on. Upstairs Amelia is still angry with her mother and refuses to leave her childhood room because she doesn't have anything appropriate to wear. Downstairs her grandmother is entertaining the guests who have arrived for the wake. Sometimes it's just a dress and sometimes it's so much more.
Orphan Clown (Uncredited)
Comedy, 2F 2M
When the apocalypse happens, will it have free WiFi?
Work in Progress
Friends, With Kids
Drama, 3F 2M
A play about parents of children, without any children in it.
Work in Progress
Places That Aren't
A mystery set in a speak easy.
Work in Progress
The Frank Diary of Anne
One-act comedic drama, 1F
A love story filled with humor and a tragic look at life seen through the eyes of a girl whose heart broke society’s rules. One girl's thoughts on lost love, family tragedy, and YouTube.
The Deepest Trench
One-act comedic drama, 2F 1M
An almost love story about the ways we protect the people we love, trench warfare as a version of a fairy tale ending, and a pair of ducks.
One-act verbatim dramatic comedy, min 4F
Real women. Real voices. Real lists.
Waltzing With Puppets
One-act Drama, 1F 1M
When searching for the man of your dreams, why would you marry someone who reminded you of the man in your nightmares?
Confessions of a Vigilante
One-act Comedy, 1F
A vigilante and a priest solve the world's problems in one night.
Work in Progress
How to Not Die Horribly in a Fire
Comedic Monologue, 1F
Claire has just been proposed to. As she considers her response she reflects on advice her mother gave her in an ice cream shop, her gold star rating system for men, and how likely she is to die in a fire.
Voyeur Seeking Audience
Ten-minute drama, 1F 5F/M
When Jamie brings friends to see Zanna's performance art they all see something different. But what does it mean, and does it have to mean something or can it just entertain, and does art imitate life or is life art, in which case who is the audience, and WTF is art really anyways?
Ten-minute drama, 3F 1M
Elizabeth's bedroom mirrors show every threat of impending wrinkles and reflect the carefree youth she wasted on a man. How can she live in the moment when the future looks bleak and the past is so seductive?
*Winner Spotlight Award True Acting Institute Best 10 Minute Plays 2019
Ten-minute comedy, 1F 1M
Carol and Doug face the reality of their relationship in the midst of a hurricane.
Ten-minute drama, 2M/F
Ford hates his job. He hates his life. He wants the life he could have had, if only he could figure out what went wrong and what happened on that day that turned him into who he is. A journey through alternate timelines with fate altering consequences.
Lei in Love's Shadow
Fifteen-minute drama, 2F 1M
Inspired by William Shakespeare’s sonnet 43 and set in the Victorian bedroom of historic Montgomery’s Inn. Mark brings the two women he loves to a theme hotel for a memorable romantic weekend with unexpected results.
London Fringe Festival, Fishbowl Theatre (June 2010) San Francisco Fringe Festival, Fishbowl Theatre (September 2009) Domino Theatre, Kingston ON (June 2008) The Frank Diary of Anne is a love story filled with humour and a tragic look at life seen through the eyes of a girl whose heart broke society’s rules.
Toronto Centre for the Arts, Toronto ON )Best of Fringe Uptown August 2011) Working Title Artists Co., Toronto ON (Toronto International Fringe Festival July 2011) *winner BEST OF FRINGE A play about our storybook romance expectations and how real life struggles to live up to the fantasy lives we've created for ourselves."It's like Shrodinger's cat. As long as you stick to online dating without really getting to know someone, you're perfect together without actually being in a relationship."
St. Mary’s Secondary School, Toronto ON (May 2012) Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School, Toronto ON (2013)
Toronto International Fringe Festival (July 2009) Lennox Community Theatre, Selby ON (February 2009) Domino Theatre, Kingston ON (June 2008) collaboration with Amy Symington, Jennifer Kenneally & Sara Beck