June 6, 2013
October 29, 2011
Singing Down the Drain is a musical with two players, an aging couple who may or may not know who the other is. They have just met or they have known each other for fifty years. The only thing they can remember with any consistency is the lyrics to the music of their lives, and that becomes an effective means of communication between them.
March 16, 2010
January 31, 2009
This is the anthology for the one-man show, The Blood & Turnips Poetry Festival, which was first performed by the author in San Francisco in 1975 at Intersection Theatre, and later at other venues.
“My woman has great steaming tits! I love to grab them into heaven of terrible death! When I am dying inside my woman, I scream, “I AM LOVER!” and the flowers of our mouths blossom into the crimson of our love’s anguish.” (Perfidio Vitus)
January 2, 2009
Big Head Theatre is a collection of satirical cartoons, each one portraying a mini-drama. These drawings were done in 2001.
December 19, 2008
Let’s Spend Some Time Together was first performed at Intersection in San Francisco in 1972, with Gregory Vose playing my antagonist. It was later made into a movie, with Gordon Craig doing the cinematography and myself and Gregory reprising our roles as Beck and Call, although they weren’t called by those names in those earlier productions. They were nameless, intertwined characters. The artwork at left is by Gregory Vose.
Let’s Spend Some Time Together