God is a Verb was produced by Hook & Eye Theater, and had a sold-out run in November 2015 at the Actors Fund Arts Center in Brooklyn.
Summer, 1969: an eccentric philosopher-poet professor gathers a team of brilliant, offbeat academics in a Manhattan classroom with one goal: devise a plan to make human life sustainable and save the planet from itself.
Inspired by the mind and myth of R. Buckminster Fuller, GOD IS A VERB blends historical fact with absurdist comedy to create a moving and urgent portrait of a world - and a man - on the brink.
Summoners was produced by Hook & Eye Theater and had a successful sellout run in January 2014 at the C.O.W. Theater in Manhattan.
For three years, black clouds have blotted out the sun over Our America. A five-minute break in the clouds over a small town gives the whole nation hope… and compels a desperate government (aided by a corporate conglomerate) to sequester the town’s residents in a warehouse facility, where they are made to recreate their actions at the cloudless moment . . . over and over. . . in the hopes of once again summoning the sun.
The Oath premiered at the Weston Playhouse in the summer of 2010. It was directed by Malcolm Ewen and starred Ian Barford, both longtime veterans of the Steppenwolf Theater Company in Chicago. The one-man play tells the true story of Chechen surgeon Khassan Baiev and his remarkable heroism during a decade of war with Russia.
Final Sunday was produced by the Playwrights Horizons Residents Workshop in April 2011.
Expo '32 was produced as part of Hook & Eye’s February 2013 PlayLab.
Buttons was produced as part of Hook & Eye’s 2012 Instant PlayLab.