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FAIR GAME: Or The Importance of Being Honest, Best Original Script, ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence, 2022 (also nominated for Best Original Score)

APHRAH-CADABRA, Honorable Mention, Jewish Plays Project, 2022

 Second Prize, PLAYing With Art at the Phoenix Art Museum, 2018

FEEDING THE FURIES, Third Place, Baltimore Playwrights Festival, September, 2016

A VERY GOOD TIME FOR HEALING, First Prize, Helen-Jean Play Contest, Winter Season, 2016



Bruce Laks, Raleigh Pinskey, Sarah Linck and Travis Curnutt as Marty, Ruthie, Mindy and Robbie Furie in FEEDING THE FURIES


“We laughed, we cried, we loved the play!” - Tracy and Irl Marshall, Cave Creek, AZ

“Susan and I were blown away by the quality of your play. This is a real tour de force with familial themes that resonate universally with all of us. The play deserves a serious consideration for production on major stages.” – Lee Berk, Phoenix, AZ

“You hit a remarkable balance between comedy and pain….Besides entertaining us, you may well have helped and enlightened some people in ways you'll probably never know.” - Eileen Mager, Carefree, AZ

“‘Take reality and make it personal.’ That is exactly what you have done in the play. I hope you could HEAR the audience. We were all truly involved with the experience.”  – Virginia Brooks, Carefree, AZ


“I laughed so hard that I slapped my knee--more than once--then found my eyes tearing up as the truth about each character was revealed through gripping dialog. This play is a hoot with some sobering lessons--and appreciated by young and old.” - Cathy Lips, Baltimore, MD

It was equally as powerful as Broadway's God of Carnage!! You laugh and cry and the emotions keep coming. - Pat Cohen, Carefree, AZ

Your play was hysterically funny and yet poignant and sad . . . it hit home on so many levels. Although I saw it over a month ago, I cannot get it out of my mind. - Ronnie Wainwright, Carefree, AZ

“I still carry the memory of your play within me. It was so arresting and full of life. You had the audience (including me) in the palm of your hand!!!” – Hank Keneally, Black Canyon City, AZ


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