First produced as a class project at the Yale School of Drama under the name "The Whip-Poor-Will," the play was produced in 1994 under its present name at the Hudson Theatre in Los Angeles by the Live Arts Theatre Group. It was directed by Jerry Levine with the following cast: Ben Meyerson (Jack), Michelle Danner (Jenna), Annie Grindlay (Margaret), and Brian Drillinger (Arthur).

Set for "The Whip-Poor-Will" at the Yale School of Drama

The guilty party

Selected Works

1968, McGurk's Tap Room in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Death, drugs, war, child abuse, and plenty of laughs.
Lack of accountability leads to a dead child, adultery, alcoholism, nervous breakdowns and insomnia.
Realistic portrayal of family life, murder, abuse, incest, and self-mutilation.
Lesbian pirates in the eighteenth century.
Vampire super-hero comes to life.
Midwest romantic comedy with one dead body.
Three women working in a factory go at each other.
Hostage situation flipped on its head.
Manhattan man is driven insane by a bird.