Tag Archives: comedy


This is a comedy web-series about paralegals in a big law firm. It’s well produced and funny. I appear in Episode 2 in a taped greeting from a senior partner. Advertisements


Here are descriptions of several plays, full-length and one-act, that I will send to anyone who requests them. Most have been published or performed, but I retain all rights for further performance. Although written for the stage, most could be adapted relatively easily for film. If you would like to receive an electronic copy of […]


Send me a message if you would like to read, at no cost, THE LIGHT IN YOUR HEART, a comedy-mystery-romance, which was described by one scholar as “Shakespearean in scope,” but at the same time is funny and unpretentious. The action follows Susan in the noir world of a 1950s small city, escaping murderous parents […]

New Collection

My short comedy “The Agent” is in this new collection of plays. In Renaissance times, an agent tries to sign up a boy soprano for a new motet by Palestrina – “It has a beat, and you can pray to it.” But the singer has other ideas.


  Unintended consequences was the theme I was introducing to my writing class. It drives much of the action in literature, not to mention real life. I used the plot of Hamlet, Shakespeare’s longest play, as illustration. Claudius – who has set the action in motion with his offstage, before-the-play killing of his brother, the […]

Several Monologs – Video

Great performances by Kimberly Kay of several monologs, comic and serious. All written by me.   Emergency https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4lNKrgDbzY Being a Star https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIfooIvw1z8 Lily Duval https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PeKTaql3Kg Alice Bunham https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilIVW8nNPf8 At the Mytag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_zhbTWIiX4 Footsteps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQQDWpxqzik Wilma Adlington https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lEyMI8WVgY

ACTING—Sort of a Resume

People think I’m getting rich from a commercial in which I play the leading role and do the voice-over (above). In fact, it was a non-union job for which I got a small one-time fee. Even though it’s shown nationwide fairly often, the only benefit for me is a certain amount of credibility. It’s been […]