The Song of Songs

2005, Musical Dark Comedy, 2 acts, 90 min | 8m, 6f, chorus

In Purgatory, Saint Teresa of Avila, Spanish nun and mystic, contemplates a life of conflict between her service to God and her own earthly desires.

Reading: Montreal PQ, April 2005
National Theatre School, April 2005

Dry Cold Comfort

2004, Comedy/Drama, 75 min | 2m, 2f

An upwardly-mobile Winnipeg couple hunts down a missing reclusive philanthropist during one of the city’s nastiest January cold snaps.

Reading: Montreal PQ, April 2004
National Theatre School

Production: Winnipeg Fringe Festival, July 2004
produced by Townhouse 9 Productions

The Unlikely Sainthood of Madeline McKay

2003, Comedy, 90 min | 2m, 4f

Madeline McKay, a con artist claiming to see visions of the Virgin Mary, uncovers less-than-holy goings-on in a religious commune.

Winner: Harry S. Rintoul Award for Best New Manitoban Play

Production: Winnipeg Fringe Festival, July 2003
produced by Townhouse 9

Production: Winnipeg Fringe Festival, July 2010
produced by Kiss The Giraffe Productions

Production: Burnstown ON, August 2010
produced by Echo Echo Productions

To Forgive, Divine

2002, Drama, 90 min | 1m, 2f

A Catholic mother and daughter suffer from a crisis of faith when the jailed killer of their son/brother requests to meet them. Published in the anthology Breakout by Scirocco Drama.

Reading: Winnipeg MB, May 2002
Prairie Theatre Exchange

Excerpts read at 2003 playRites Festival, February 2003

The Book of Changes

2002, Dark Comedy, 60 min | 1m, 2f

A homeless woman insinuates herself back into the life of an old flame, much to the dismay of that flame’s fiancee.

Staged Reading: Winnipeg MB, June 2007
Theatre By The River

Production: Winnipeg Fringe Festival, July 2000
produced by Tambourine Man Productions

Swift Current

1999, Comedy, 75 min | 1m, 1f

A frustrated writer and a hitchhiker-cum-guardian angel are holed up in a motel room in rural Saskatchewan.

Production: Winnipeg Fringe Festival, July 1999
produced by Tambourine Man Productions