- The Candid Psychic Bringing Common to the Sixth Sense.
- F is for Cancer She’s cute, she’s sassy, she’s all messed up. Follow the true story of a young girl’s journey as she challenges the medical establishment for her very survival.
Works in Pre-Production
- A Celtic Tale An illicit affair, infanticide, and a public hanging all make for the gripping true story about one life in eighteenth century Scotland.
- A Horror Story Are the urban legends true? Did one man really go to such horrific and attrocious measures to support his family and live ‘outside the box’?
- An Innocent Accused You know the tale, you’ve heard the nursery rhymes, but did she really get away with murder?
- F is for Cancer (workshop production) She’s cute, she’s sassy, she’s all messed up. Follow the true story of a young girl’s journey as she challenges the medical establishment for her very survival.
- It’s Magi An improvised web series following the entirely invented, nonfictional misadventures of a purely imaginary character named Magi, a struggling actor in Hollywood.
- Fighting Words (UK) Wales Millennium Centre. “impressive displays of full-blooded naturalistic acting that appear real and spontaneous but are borne of disciplined, rigorous rehearsal.” THEATRE IN WALES, UK
- Fighting Words (LA EXTENDED) The hopes and dreams of an entire town rest on one man’s shoulders. Inspired by the tragic true story of the 1980 Johnny Owen-Lupe Pintor World Title Fight. “A near perfect fusion of direction and performance… uniformly mesmerizing, the actors give performances that are works of art.” LA Times. ’RECOMMENDED’ LA Times, ’GO’ LA Weekly.
- A Night in November By Olivier Award-winning playwright Marie Jones, it begins at a fateful World Cup qualifier match between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Actor Marty Maguire portrays over 30 characters in this electrifying look at bigotry and hatred as seen through one man’s crisis of conscience. Nominated for Ovation Award for Best Play Intimate Theatre.
- Spittin’ Image By acclaimed playwright Stephen Metcalfe, this World Premiere Vietnam-era story is an important and timely treatment of the costs of war on the home front, and the effect on the lives and relationships of those left behind.