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Latest Script: His Immediate Majesty

A newly crowned king, named Immedio II, has decided to have is biography written in real time while leaving the governance of state to his sister, Verasina. When a pair of ambassadors arrive from a neighboring kingdom with a treaty to end a long standing war, Immedio creates a series of reasons to delay signing the pact, giving the visitors time to fall in love – the elder with Verasina, and the younger one with the flirty, flighty daughter of the king’s fierce general, Martello.

Love leads to war and war to love, in this poetic comedy that questions whether anyone’s identity can ever truly be written down.

Now available to read on The National New Play Exchange Network.

Off-Broadway: Delirium’s Daughters

The NY Theatre Guide said “Delirium’s Daughters is a witty, funny and delightful comedy that is easily one of the best shows currently in New York.”

This stage commedia was produced by Triumvirate Artists LLC for both Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway runs at New York’s Theatre Row in 2015,

When four suitors arrive to ask for the hands of Signor Di Lirio’s three lovely daughters, the old gentleman agrees, as long as they have the approval of their mother. And that’s where the problems begin—the old man’s wife died three years ago, and he has gone so mad with grief that he still believes she is alive. However, one of the suitors is the town scoundrel, Giovio, who plays a series of kind-hearted but hilarious tricks that brings the father back to sanity and the intended couples together. Before all is done, the four men have been forced to dress up as their own mothers, and Giovio pretends to have died and appears as his own ghost to haunt to old man’s home.

The show is now in publication from Dramatic Publishing Company, and can be licensed for performance here.

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More information on the Off-Broadway production of Delirium’s Daughters – including reviews and cast photos – can be viewed here.

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Random poetry for the eye.

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