Kyle got the newest game system from Japan for Christmas and it's starting to scare Josh. Maybe it's the way it's banned from the US pending FDA approval. Or maybe it's the way the game allows you to fix your past mistakes. Or maybe it's because it actually seems to work.
Performed as part of It's the Most Wonderful Shotz! of the Year by Amios, New York and PARAGON Science-Fiction and Fantasy Play Festival by Otherworld Theatre, Chicago.
The Scuzz Sell Out
The Scuzz didn't want to sell out, but they did. Just like Green Day.
Performed as part of Never Mind the Bollocks Here's Shotz! by Amios New York
The Little Merman
You wanted to go on a fishing trip for your bachlorette party but you didn't expect to catch a dude and you certainly didn't expect him to ask you to be his princess at the bottom of the lake. A play told in 2nd person.
Performed as part of Choose Your Own Shotz! by Amios New York
I CAN HAS PLAY
I CAN HAS PLAY is about the Internet, and what it can do for a 14 year-old video blogger named Amanda if she will only show her tits (or GTFO). Amanda’s mother tries to keep up on what’s happening in her daughter’s life, while the classmate who spurned her tries to figure out if ruining someone’s credit actually means I like you.
Part of Detention #1, produced by ESPA/Primary Stages at Jimmy's No. 43, NYC 2011 and winner of the Brick Winter Play Festival 2014. This play has been published!
Beer With Bigfoot
A West Virginian reporter tries to piece together exactly what happened when his childhood friend is accused of brutally murdering a scout under his watch. A dark comedy with drinking and oversized footprints.
Premiered at the You Heard It Here First Festival at the Magnet Theatre, NYC 2008 and subsequently produced by Pace University as part of their Directing Final Fest 2009.