Hot Nights For the War Wives of Ithaka is the story of the chaos that ensues when Aphrodite, goddess of love, and Pan, goat-legged god of mischief, descend on the island of Ithaka to seek revenge for the fall of Troy. Before the night is over, Pan is raped by an old woman, the suitors to Penelope suffer an unutterable act of humiliation, and Odysseus, King of Ithaka, returns from the war to find that his child-bride has become a woman to be reckoned with.
The Last Neanderthals: A Paleolithic Comedy documents the mishaps that occur when a trio of Neanderthals find that their land has been encroached upon by a pair of slick, free-love-practicing Cro-Magnons with better tools and outstanding cave art.
A Sodomite’s Christmas in Elizabethan London:
Being the True & Instructive Storie of how Chr. Marlowe, Poet, Spent His Last Christmas Daye Drinking & Whoring & Denying the Divinitie of Christ.
Vulgar Sermons is a collection of short plays themed around our often dysfunctional relationship with the Judaeo-Christian God. Includes Samson Revisited, Valhalla, Lot’s Wife, Goliath and His Heartbreakingly Ugly Little Dog, St Joan of Arc and the Brass Halo, and Jesus and the Tiny, Tiny Man.