(in order of writing)
La Salle d’Or – 75 pages. A student’s desire to ask a girl out turns into a pseudo-musical, world-shaking fiasco.
A Public Affair – 45 pages. Mickey wants nothing more than an affair with Eleanor, but she’s already having one!
How to Kill a Bloodthirsty Hermit – 35 pages. A struggling relationship finds new life through murdering a hermit and hiding the evidence.
Felix Hasselbury Gets a Job - 30 pages. A tainted celebrity improvises a commercial in hopes of a commission.
Mr. Nice Guy – 95 pages. D-list celebrity Mr. Nice Guy’s biggest fan lands a job with him, but only because Mr. Nice Guy is in lust with his wife.
Table Talk - 15 pages. A post-apocalyptic high school reunion.
Le Salty Dream- 30 pages. A bath salts salesgirl solicits a fantasy-prone chauvinist in hopes of meeting her quota.
Kiosked! - 25 pages. A different take on Le Salty Dream, in which the customer is the protagonist.
The Copper End- 10 pages. Unaware that the world’s elite speak in code at innocuous parties, a young man’s innocent wordplay triggers an economic collapse.
Model Behavior- 2 pages. Fashion models in an elevator.
Boob Job- 5 pages. A high-powered businesswoman uses her manservant as a bra.
Chance Meeting- 2 pages. Two friends run into each other on the street.
Booster Seat- 30 pages. A mysterious device stands between parents and their kidnapped child.
Ralph Fiennes Robs a Bank – 110 pages. Ralph Fiennes, the actor, decides to rob a bank. But why?
Buffet Flavor – 14 pages. Young romance, harmless experimentation, or aggressive assault? You tell me.
The Following is Based on True Events (from a Video Game) or Sim Story – 7 pages.
Welcome Pie – 28 pages.
Note: I enjoy utilizing characters in multiple plays, though never expect an audience to be familiar with their history outside an individual play. For example:
–The Quinton Qronicles: follows the life of Quinton as a secondary character. In La Salle d’Or he’s in high school, in A Public Affair he’s an adult, and in How to Kill a Bloodthirsty Hermit, he’s an old man.
–Felix Hasselbury appears chronologically in Felix Hasselbury Gets a Job, then Mr. Nice Guy.
–Ponopoly Volva appears in Mr. Nice Guy, then in both Kiosked! and Le Salty Dream.
–Mickey Magnus appears chronologically in Le Salty Dream, Felix Hasselbury Gets a Job (referenced), The Mickey (being written), and A Public Affair.