The Lyriana Nocturnes
She was called Lyri... a sound from the
name Lyriana. These are the lives of Lyriana Celíse and her music. She appears different in each of them because what happens in each of them is different. They are all nocturnes, set between dusk and dawn.
Plays and Screenplays
Medea Noir Part One - Athens
Medea Noir Part Two - Colchis
From Euripides through succeeding centuries, Medea is at the center of a ritual myth that provides one of the most powerful and contemporary dramas in Western theatre...
contemporary in its portrayal of a woman trapped between her submission to a man's love and her refusal to submit to the dominance of a man's society. Ten years after the original story ends, a new story begins. And with
it, a new myth of Medea the woman, the woman of power, and a woman haunted by the torment of memories that must finally be reconciled with her will to live.
Times in Time
Love and Cigarettes
The Man With The Thing
Tango De Sade
Variations On A Theme of Maurice Ravel
She, Her Husband, His Wife, and Her Lover
I Come, I See, I Conquer, uh...
3 Years, 12 Days In A Dark, Warm Place
He to She to Him... Bingo!
The Closet Has Two Back Doors
My Lover Is A Doodad
Sweet French and Spanish Kisses
In The End There Is A Soft Beginning
Madelin de Rumba
A play about a woman and her dummy.
The Ballad of the Flowering Heart
A play on family values, the neglected assumptions of relationships, the ignored private lives
All The Chillun
Adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's
"All God's Chillun Got Wings"
Camus Under Glass
10 Short Plays
Variations On A Theme of Albert Camus
NightDances: 1001 Adventures In Time
(20 Short Plays)
Jody Thomas Doesn't Want To Die
A death-row inmate, just before the appointed time of execution, manages to grab a weapon and hostages. What does he have
to lose? How do you negotiate with him?
Firedance - A Trilogy Awakening/Journey/Dreams.
Against a backdrop of accumulated disillusionmentof the 1960's, the Kennedy assassinations, the
Vietnam war, the Watergate fiasco, a family disintegrates as sibling lovers emerge.
Hello And... Goodbye!
An unlikely duet of two victims of the AIDS plague.
Aladdin's Electric Lamp
A light, sinister comic fantasy.
An eerie parallel to the Christ-story set in a third-world revolution.
Jerusalem, 1948, just prior to the final partition of Palestine. Two old and intimate acquaintances are reunited: a former Nazi SS officer and protege
of Adolph Eichman, and, a survivor of Auschwitz.
In a series of comic and terrifying events,
three women reaffirm their identities and reconnect a stronger, more lasting bond between
Crossing The Line
Games of love, illusions and transparent masks.
The Philosopher's Stone
An old Jewish man, a life-long tinkerer, now slipping into the fog of dementia, discovers the alchemist's secret
of the ages — a way to convert ordinary lead into gold.
A Briefer History of Time
They escaped the "Black Death" of the 14th century by digging... in a sewer in London — and now find themselves confronting us in a theatre.
Mari ben Beri
The Adventures of Hollywood Red
They Saw It Coming
Ricardo In Ruin
Sex with Juana La Loca
Opera in Mute
Tango: The Sacred Dance of M. DeSade
The Rise and Fall of the Lost City of Atlantis
Etched In Nth
2002: A Space Absurdity
Death Is A Guitar And Dancer
The Revolt Of Brother Christ
In The Eyes of a Stranger
At The River's End... Chanchala
Conversations Seldom Overheard
The Long Voyage Home
Poetry and Songs
Singing Nights Into Silent Days
Concerto for One
Never Let Me Go
Voyages In Another Galaxy
Seven Days In Råå
Songs of Selena's Blue Wolf
Mango Dreams and Other Times of Day