The Dishwasher - A worker in a nameless, faceless, nightmarish basement kitchen begins his work as a Dish Washer and relishes informing us of every fine detail of his job - a disturbing, nightmare-ish study of the uneducated, unqualified and oppressed workers of the world.
Confessions Of A Rock 'n' Roll Star - The world has rock n roll stars, for that we must be thankful. Sadly, we’re not all going to get to be one. Nonetheless, millions of us can pose in front of our mirrors with tennis racquets and sweeping brushes slung between our legs and dream and that’s better than nothing. Featuring classic rock tracks , wallow indulgently in a one-man fantasy guitar solo as homage to a wasted youth.
Gauguin's Ghost - “Gauguin’s Ghost” is an informal study of the life of the artist Paul Gauguin. A well-researched piece, it explores the idea that Gauguin, on his deathbed, sold his soul to a witch doctor in exchange for immortality in spirit form. We meet those who shaped his art and hear tell of how he pursued his own singular vision at all costs.
Tommy Greaves - Is an alternative take on 'Billy Elliot'. Older than Billy, he tells his own, more mature story of the grittier realities of what it meant to be young and unemployed during the Miner's Strike of 1984.
Unspoken - Was first written in 2015 as 'Two Gendarmes' and then updated in 2019. It is a story of an older, more seasoned French policeman instruction a younger female recruit to the obvious and the not-so-obvious elements of the job.