Recommended by Laura Pittenger

  • Camp Tupper Lake
    19 Aug. 2017
    Oh man, I remember the camping days. A pitch perfect look into the bygone days of 1990s summer camp. No spoilers, but this play is hilarious until - in one very alarming moment - it's not. Dark comedy at its finest.
  • You Are The Blood
    5 Jan. 2017
    Saw a staged reading of this piece at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Alaska in 2016. One of the best pieces at the conference. Great characters, witty, painful, and wholly unique. For the odd person who enjoys both true crime and dysfunctional family comedies.
  • King Arthur in Contemporary Connecticut - a full length comedy perfomed as a live radio play
    31 Jan. 2016
    KING ARTHUR is a playful adaptation of the original Mark Twain story that will delight any Arthurian or Merlinian aficionado. The play is radio drama in style of Thrilling Adventure Hour and uses SFX & a lot of heart to tell its tale. James is a very easy playwright to work with and has polished his script considerably since its first reading, looking forward to seeing what kind of future this piece has in store for it.
  • The Devil's Own Game
    1 Feb. 2015
    I directed this play as a staged reading for Turn to Flesh Productions, NY. It was a spiritual, physical, and intellectual workout for all involved. Looking forward to its next incarnation. Recommended if you always thought Faust got a raw deal and/or you live for the thrill of discovery.