In this crazed mash-up parody of the Harry Potter and Twilight series--with interlopers crashing in from Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Alice in Wonderland and many other places--you'll encounter deli-owning vegetarians, invisible rabbits, magical carrot weapons, random lunatics, soothing offstage voices, evil gourmets and much more, as everyone's favorite wizards, vampires and werewolves battle to save miserable, gloomy Spork--and indeed the world--from certain destruction.
Thicker Premieres at Pasadena International Film Festival! My short film directing debut, Thicker (which I also wrote), starring Erik Odom and Nick Podany, premiered at the Pasadena International Film Festival as part of the "Truth" bill of shorts in March 2016!
Straight Eye for the Gay Guy wins at California Independent Film Festival! Straight Eye for the Gay Guy, which I adapted into a short film directed by Mary Lou Belli, won "Best Mini-Short" at the California Indepdendent Film Festival in September! It has since also screened at Palm Springs' Cinema Diverse, presenting the best in LGBT cinema, and the Ojai Film Festival.
The Magic Hour to be Published by Playscripts in 2016! The Magic Hour, the follow-up to 4 A.M., my most produced play (though The Magic Hour stands on its own), is now published by Playscripts! Learn more about it here!
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Two New Plays Now Available Check out the latest additions to my catalogue! There's a one-act dark comedy, You Should Never Eat Your Heroes (think Sweeney Todd meets high school), and a new short play, Dolphin, about the aftermath of a cyberbullying incident. Both are now published by Playscripts!
Cracked Sky:A bullied teen. A cafeteria filled with the popular kids before school. A backpack filled, but not with books. A chance encounter with another student in the schoolyard. A sky that looks "cracked." A new ten-minute play.