Curiously, and paradoxically, my full-length plays are of a much more "serious" nature than my absurd, comedic shorts.
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A young man, Neil, has the capacity to see the future. In a vision he sees his father dying in a flood on the old family farm. Neil also sees himself dying in the attempt to save his father. Regardless of the seemingly inescapable consequences, he journeys to the farm in hope of altering the future.
Run time: 1 hr. 40 mins.
Brief Synopsis The Mirror Box:
Bored and unhappy Ted and Sandy go to the theatre to see a play, The Mirror Box. During the performance Ted sees a clown. The clown, according to the actors in The Mirror Box, is not a character in the play. Ted, after being assaulted by the clown and seeing the Devil, again questions the actors. They have no answers and Ted fears for his sanity. But when one of the actors is also assaulted by the vindictive clown everyone is caught in the surreal vortex of what is reality and what is The Mirror Box.
Runaways, Rockstar and Diamond, manage a meager existence by singing in city parks and on street corners. They’ve been able to temporarily escape their pasts, but, unfortunately, no one can run away from Fate.
Aka Heaven is the story of Jésus Sanchez, murdered nine years ago, returning from the dead three days before the wedding of his daughter Isabel. A U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agent, Buck Sherlock, investigating the “Mexican killing field murders” arrives the same day.
Chris has designed a computer program which makes projections on missing persons being the result of a serial killer. Unfortunately, Chris has gone missing and is presumed murdered. Detective Morris arrives the night Rachel, Chris’s girlfriend, returns from a trip. Eventually both Morris and Rachel are implicated as killers. And Chris isn’t missing, or murdered, but seeking answers.