Danni Allighieri is possessed, and everybody wants to save her soul. Will she deal with the devil for fame and fortune, or drag everyone to hell along with her?
A devilishly-clever horror comedy written in 2015. I wrote Dispossessed as a thought experiment about faith and morality.
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Sarah is in love with Shawn: a writer who can't write. He's plagued by demons, she's watching him descend into madness. Save him, and once and for all give up on the future she imagined, or save herself, and leave him among the wreckage of the broken figures he adores.
Famous Writers explores themes of substance abuse, love, and mental health through the lens of ancient Greek and ascetic monastic myth and lore.
I completed Famous Writers in 2020, and have since performed a reading through Playwrights Guild of Canada PlayConnect.
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Inspired by my 2019 diagnosis of ADHD, I'm writing six, 10-minute two-handers that are helping me, and hopefully other folks with ADHD, understand our magnificent brains.
The six plays are White Lighters: a play about impulse control; The Turn of the Shrew: a play about controlling our own stories; Gone: a play about object permanence; Heh (Hah, Huh?): a play about object constancy; and On Time: a play about time blindness.
Andy is a failing playwright obsessed with superstition and one last shot at fame. Shannon is a struggling director who's out of options and time. When Andy's obsession threatens to doom the production and everyone involved, will Shannon finally fight for what she thinks is right? Or will she run away and leave the cast and crew to ruin?
The Scottish Curse challenges us to think about the role luck and superstition play in our lives.
I started writing this play during PTC's Block A program in 2021, and performed it during a staged reading through a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.