June 2015: BERNICE, a full-length stage play I cowrote with Hiram Johnson and Jessica Everleth, is performed in a staged reading at the Actors Co-op, in the David Schall Theatre, Los Angeles.


February  2013: BERNICE, a full-length play based on the true story of Bernice Johnson and her wrongful incarceration at the Mississippi State Penitentiary during the 1920s,  enjoys a workshop production at BAAL, Dallas, Texas.


BERNICE (biopic/drama) — True story set in Mississippi during the 1920s. Staged readings performed in Dallas (2013) and Los Angeles (2015).

CALLING OZ  (romantic comedy), winner/finalist in 12 screenwriting competitions, including America’s Best and the Austin Film Festival

“Very clever and very funny. The characters and setup are pure gold.”  Danny Rubin, screenwriter, Groundhog Day

“Amazing…the cleverest premise I’ve seen in a long while…sharp literacy and command of language that is extraordinary.” Richard Walter, Screenwriting Chairman, University of California at Los Angeles

“A truly delightful comedy…wonderfully witty.” Charlotte Gusay, The Charlotte Gusay Literary Agency

“Superb writing.” Robert Cope, President, The Writers Foundation (Orlando, Florida)

“A very funny story.” Stuart Gordon’s Red Hen Productions “

“Original.” Dana Scanlan, Kushner-Locke Productions

“Wonderful.” Melanie Ray, Mustang Pictures

“Extraordinary writing.” Michael Farrand, Empire Productions

JUST SAY THE WORD (romantic comedy), top-10 finalist, Illinois-Chicago Screenwriting Competition


Crime of Innocence (co-writer), 90-minute drama, produced by WMAQ-TV, Chicago

 “A terrific, thoughtful, powerful drama…a rich, thought-provoking script…a courageous, innovative effort.” Chicago Sun-Times

“A compelling 90-minute drama…applause, applause.” Chicago Tribune

“…packs a tremendous dramatic wallop…superbly written.” Daily Herald (Illinois)


Private Meetings in Public Places (produced by Chicago Dramatists)

“Glows with creativity.” Daily Herald (Illinois)

 “Fresh and funny.” Chicago Tribune

“Genuine honesty and wit.” Chicago Reader

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