Synopsis: A dying climber fights demons, real and imagined, on the icy flanks of a dangerous Alaskan Mountain. This play explores issues of responsibility and commitment, using the world of mountaineering as a complex metaphor. The piece is highly theatrical in nature and an extremely engaging ride.
Production History: This play has seen two workshop productions. The first was at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2000; and the second was at the University of California, Fresno in 2001. This play has been published and is available from the Dramatic Publishing Co. .
Productions Requirements: This play requires two men and three women. It can be done in a very minimalistic setting or it can be done with a high concentration of production values. Purchase This Play
Synopsis: Two young people find love and horror in a cancer ward. This play is an exploration into the deepest form of love that one can imagine. Click here for a sample of the play.
Production History: This play was first produced at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington in 1994. Since then, the play has been produced at numerous Universities and has been published in two anthologies. For a complete history of the play go to Production History in the Resume section of the website.
Production Requirements: This play can be done on a minimalistic stage with two actors, one male and one female, both college age. Purchase This Play