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Biographical Information

Born and raised Roanoke, VA........U.S. Maritime Service and Air Transport Command, WW II.......Teacher of English, journalism, dramatics in Virginia, New York, Greece, France........Stage director and actor in community theater........Volunteer worker in the Bronx Zoo Education Department........Antiques dealer specializing in the Arts & Crafts period........Married, with 3 children and 2 grandchildren........Member of The Dramatists Guild and Times Square Playwrights.

General Writing Experiences

Air Force newspaper reporter, largely writing by-line features.

Full-length book, Let Us Be Greek: Poems and Notes on a People’s Struggle (interrelated engaged verse on the 1967 fascist coup d’état in Greece), published in 1975 by Dorrance & Co.

Copy editor and by-lined columnist for two nationally circulated decorative arts magazines, Style 1900 (Arts and Crafts period) and The Modernist.

Theatrical Writing


Arthur of the Little Round Table: comedy, wherein an innocent antiques dealer, Arthur, copes with an arrogant collector, a sleazy antiques picker, and a critical wife as he hunts a missing treasure by the renowned Gustav Stickley. Full Equity showcase production for 10-performance run in NYC in November 2004.(Cast: 3 females, 4 males)

Drummers, Dreams and Family Matters: comedy about a 3-generation family whose unity is challenged by its highly individual members and their respective dreams. (Cast: 3 females, 4 males)

Politics & Bedfellows: comedy about a threatened marriage and small-town politics, chosen as a winner in the Chamber Theatre Festival of Pulse Ensemble Theatre, NYC. (Cast: 3 females, 5 males)

“Lov [sic] Story”: one-act comedy involving a young man and woman who meet in Times Square and manage to blow a possible relationship. Full production by Pulse Theatre’s Open Pulse Arts Lab. (Cast: 1 female, 2 males)

“Homer Should Only Know”: one-act comedy which freely uses the ancient House of Atreus story to comment on current events by exploring the origin of the Trojan War. (Cast: 2 females, 2 males)

“Grampa Cass”: irascible old Cass’s political liberalism strongly disturbs his pro-Bush son and daughter-in-law (Cast: 1 female, 4 males)

“With Gods Like These...”: one-act comedy presenting a contest between an ancient pagan goddess and our own Biblical god to win over a pair of young mortal lovers. (Cast: 2 females, 2 males)

“Ghosts and Other Immigrants”: short comedy in which 3 Mexican immigrants, aided by a Haitian witch, seek advice from long-gone Lower Eastsiders. (Cast: 2 females, 5 males, one of the males doubling)

“Monkey’s Nephew”: short comedy about Bush/Cheney/Rove/Laura vs. Charles Darwin. (Cast: 1 female, 4 males)

Works in progress:

Two Cats and a Kid: musical comedy for audiences 10 years old - adult, about two strangers, in reality cats, who attempt to bring young Trudy into their world, but she decides, reluctantly, to stay with her parents. (Cast: 3 females, 3 males)

Bullard, A Life: a biographical drama about Eugene Jacques Bullard, an African American who leaves home at eleven, reaches France, becomes a decorated hero in two world wars and the world’s first black combat aviator; he also plays a part in the 1920s Montmartre scene. Racism defeats him neither physically nor emotionally as he fights it while remaining true to his concept of self.

Monday January 10,  2005  /  10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

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