John Brown is haunted by extreme nightmares. The only hope to cope with life lies in his appointments with his psychiatrist. Throughout the play, we walk hand in hand with the exhaustion of his mind and experience the traumatic effects of the nightmares he suffers.
A MAN AND HIS CONSCIENCE
(Sequel to the Patient)
The MAN in this play is a troubled soul and an alcoholic. Both sending him into a world of fantasy combines with guilt formed from his past years. I this drama we walk hand in hand with his struggles and his passionate thoughts and emotions.
A HISTORICAL DRAMA in 2 Acts
Pontius Pilate was Procurator of Judea.
This is a loose adaptation from Frank Yerby’s book,
JUDAS MY BROTHER,
involving the Rabbi know as JESHUA,
and a good friend to SIMEON
who tries everything in his power to save him.
1.For What They Were
5.The Mysterious Villa
6.A Room Without A Door
7.A Prolonged Nightmare
8.Pick Me Up
For What They Were
The Mysterious Villa
A Room Without A Door
A (Ghost) DRAMA in 2 Acts
A love obsession from an alcoholic man/poet. His daily routine with his girlfriend, his betrayal of his best friend and his out of control addiction.
A comedy/Thriller in 2 Acts
Hercule Poirot has been murdered and Inspector Christie hopes to find out who killed the Detective. There seems to be no shortage of suspects, Miss Lemon holds a secret passionate love towards him. Inspector Jabb loathes him because Poirot always solved his cases first. Adriane Oliver had a grudge because he refused to let her right about him in one of the books. Captain Hastings was always left out and he didn’t like it when Poirot mocked him. Mrs. Prudence Tuppence Cowley seems to be the only innocent in this murder case while Miss Marple is jealous of his extreme success. But when one of them steps forward to confess to the murder, Inspector Christie is certain that the case is closed.