1. Two Fish 'n' a Scoop

    An interracial love story set in a Kiwi Fish and chip shop. Two actors play twelve characters in a story that is both funny and moving

  2. The Birthday Boy

    What happens to long-term friends when life takes them in completely different directions? When Stuart and Elizabeth meet their oldest friends, David and Kathy, to celebrate David's 40th birthday, they're not expecting the shock announcement that changes all their lives.

  3. The Raft

    Set over a rainy weekend in a West Coast bach, the story of a devastating family tragedy and healing.

  4. Crumpy - the Life and Times of Barry Crump

  5. Disgrace

    Adapted from the Booker Prize winning novel by J.M. Coetzee. Professor David Lurie has an impulsive affair with a student. When the affair sours he is denounced and retreats to an isolated East Cape Province smallholding owned by his daughter Lucy.

  6. The Book Of Fame

    Adapted from the Deutz Medal winning novel by Lloyd Jones. The play relives the legendary 1905 tour of the United Kingdom by The Originals, the first rugby team to bear the name All Blacks.

  7. Kiwifruits - A New Zealand Fairy Tale

    Co-written with C. Cooper. Fay Gay tells her fellow drag performer, Tatiania, the story of how The Castle Road Tavern was turned from a working man's pub into a venue for spectacular drag shows. A mad, free-wheeling Kiwi version of the Cinderella story.

  8. The Complete History of New Zealand (Abridged)

    Co-written with C. Cooper and G. Cooper The history of New Zealand is acted out in it's entirety - 1000 years in 100 minutes. A comedy for three actors.