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The Sum of All Parts

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in Featured, Literature, Poetry, Scripts | 2 comments

A play for the stage! A cross between a Platonic dialogue, a Shakespearean comedy, and American Pie. Features 7 major characters, hero and villain, 2 romantic subplots, a TV smashing, descructible stage and object avalanche, a green orb of power, a waltz, a song, and a swordfight.

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“Sleep Tight”

Posted by on Apr 7, 2014 in Scripts | 1 comment

A creeping, melodramatic, psychological horror about a woman, in angst and heartbreak, stepping into a new world of unanswerable, devious phenomena.

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The Lair of Erophyle

Posted by on Dec 21, 2012 in Scripts | 3 comments

Captain Kirk and the crew have been kidnapped on a hostile planet by the evil wizard-tyrant Erophyle. Only Spock can save them!

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Perpetual Motion

Posted by on Dec 21, 2012 in Scripts | 1 comment

The doors are locked, programs handed out, and the spectators seated. The executive board of the largest weapons manufacturing firm in 2099 America is set to watch a marketing video for their newest machine, the LogiCorp Panamech 2100. It is the absolute pinnacle of military engineering: using advanced weaponry, defense shielding, assistive robotics, and even biofeedback mechanisms. What could be worse than an unstoppable killing machine?

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Shiners: An Original Teleplay

Posted by on Dec 21, 2012 in Scripts | 1 comment

They walk through abandoned alleys on their way home. Buildings block the moon; streetlights shine but always off in the distance. A car sits next to a dumpster, covered in rust, with deflated tires and missing rims. It’s not very useful as a transport, but works quite well as the home of two brothers, Marty and Elias.

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