America’s Brightest Star – The people of a small town pin their hopes on their librarian who has a gift that could land her on TV’s most popular talent competition.

Megan Tusing, Catia Ojeda and Jeff Wolf at Railroad Playhouse, October 2012
Megan Tusing, Catia Ojeda and Jeff Wolf at Railroad Playhouse, October 2012
  • World Premiere, Railroad Playhouse, October 2012
  • Staged reading, July 2011, Railroad Playhouse, Newburgh, NY

It is Done – Three strangers trapped in a bar in the middle of nowhere fight off a windstorm and their own pasts.   2 male, 1 female – 85 minutes

  • Theatre40, January – February 2019, Beverly Hills, CA
  • Regional premiere, October 2018, Theatre in the Park, Raleigh NC
  • West Coast production named one of L.A.’s best shows of the year
  • West Coast premiere, May 2012, Hollywood, CA
  • World Premiere opened November 2011, produced by 22QEntertainment and GoAlleyCat Productions
  • Staged Reading, Dramatists Guild Friday Night Footlights Series, March 2011
  • Staged Reading, APAC The 15/20s staged reading series, February 2011

The Final Jew – A dark comedy about Marvin Black, the final survivor of the Holocaust, and the journey he takes after his death.  6 male, 3 female – 1 hour, 45 minutes

  • Staged reading December 10th, 2009, Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC) The 15/20s: Staged Reading of New Works series
  • Semifinalist, The 2009 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference

Stock Home – A dark psychological comedy about a man, his girlfriend, and their new 14-year-old daughter.  1 male, 2 female – 90 minutes

Lauren Cook, Mather Zickel, and Megan Tusing in the FringeNYC production

  • World Premiere, 2007 New York International Fringe Festival, August 2007

I’m In Love With Your Wife – A comedy about multiple seductions where everybody’s getting some…except Gary.  3 male, 3 female – 90 minutes

MITF Production

From left: Katie Kreisler, Shane Jacobsen, Ean Sheehy,Marion Wood, Ron Palillo, and Monica Yudovich

  • World Premiere, 2007 Midtown International Theater Festival, July – August 2007.  Received six Best of the Fest Nominations and won Outstanding Playwriting of a New Script and Best Supporting Actress (Katie Kreisler)
  • Semifinalist, 2007 Trustus Playwrights Festival

Election Day (Musical) – Book by Alex Goldberg, Music by Joel Stein, Lyrics by Alex Goldberg and Joel Stein.  A liberal, womanizing president runs for re-election against a dim but charismatic conservative senator.  His campaign would be smooth if it wasn’t for his overly ambitious wife, his disgruntled son, a mysterious White House intern, a pantsless foreign dignitary, and three dead presidents as counsel.  6 male, 5 female – 2 hours, 10 minutes

  • World Premiere, American Theater of Actors, New York.  Produced by Jointed Stock Theater Alliance – February 2005


The Third Date – Bradley is getting ready for his third date with Angela, when he receives a surprise visit…from his father…who is dead.  2 male, 1 female – 28 minutes.  Available for purchase here.

  • World Premiere, Pittsburgh New Works Festival – September 2008
  • New York Premiere, The Goldberg Variations – Sticks and Stones Productions – October 2008

Lying Naked – It’s 4am.  The sex was great.  What could possibly go wrong?  1 male, 1 female – 30 minutes.   Available for purchase here.


  • Staged reading scheduled for November 2009, New Ground Theater Collective Reading Series
  • Produced in Clandestine: an Evening of One-Act Plays by New Ground Theater Collective in Planet Connection Festivity in June 2010.  Nominated for four awards: Outstanding Playwriting of a One-Act, Best Actor in a One-Act, Best Actress in a One-Act, and Outstanding Production of an evening of One-Acts.


Breakdown in Babel – An American, A French-Canadian and a Cuban gather in the safe house and try to figure out what went wrong  3 males.

  • World Premiere, Instant Theatre Festival, New York – July 2008
  • The Goldberg Variations – Sticks and Stones Productions – October 2008
  • Semifinalist, The Network One Act Play Festival – March 2009
  • West Coast Premiere, Neo Ensemble Theatre, Los Angeles – March 2014


Broad Daylight – A mother, a son, a nice day, and a not so nice conversation.  1 male, 1 female.  

  • World Premiere, The Internationalists Directors Collective, Taiwan – October 2009
  • U.S. Premiere, Emerging Artists Theatre Spring EATFest, March 2010
  • Archived in the permanent holdings of the Eileen Heckart Drama for seniors archives, Theatre Research Institute, Ohio State University
  • West Coast Premiere, Little Fish Theatre, San Pedro, CA, January 2011