FULL LENGTH PLAYS
Feast of Antlers (2019)
Vasily spends his days nursing migraines in the run-down St Petersburg apartment he shares with Yuri, who vaccilates from his abuser to his friend to something else besides. As his brain throbs, Vasily remembers his time in the army, and how a few short months in the Siberian tundra fractured the lives of so many conscripts.
Sigmund and Christian meet by chance and fall into a symbiotic relationship. Faced with incomprehension from friends and family, they cut themselves off from the outside world. As they struggle to feel truly connected, their relationship hurtles towards the point of no return.
An earlier incarnation of Sweetmeat appeared at the 2017 Brighton Fringe and the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, where it received 4-star reviews from BroadwayBaby and GrumpyGayCritic.
The Finest Ruin (2016)
In 1921, Edwin Lutyens is commissioned to create a memorial to the citizens of Leicester who lost their lives in the Great War. In 1953, Asha and Betty meet at the foot of the Arch of Remembrance, and discover how the monument connects them. A story about art, loneliness, and how we shape our environments as much as they shape us.
The Finest Ruin was commissioned by the Leicester City Council as part of the Story of Parks project. It was performed in July 2016 and August 2017 at the Y Theatre in Leicester, and November 2017 at the Arch of Remembrance.
Song of Gitingev (in progress)
Chronicle of the life of Gitingev, a native Chukchi trans woman in the early 20th century, and her journey throughout Siberia, Europe, and the newly minted Soviet Union.
atom bomb baby (in progress)
A disease haunts the 20th Century. Invisible, deadly, and yet -- perhaps, a solution. A story of radiation and gay liberation.
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