Lions (9M,3F)
It’s the 2007 NFL season and the Detroit Lions are on a winning streak — unfortunately out of work steelworker John Waite is not. With humor and humanity, playwright Vince Melocchi offers a glimpse into The Tenth Ward Club, where the patrons place their hopes on their team, and attempt to escape the creeping demise of their city and of their way of life.
L.A Ovation Award nominee – Best Playwriting
 Julia (4M,2F)
After years of self-exile in Detroit, Lou Perino returns to his hometown in Pennsylvania to right a wrong he did 50 years ago to Julia, the girl he loved. Once, the Korean War stood in their way – now it’s something entirely different. This beautiful story of love and pride delicately explores the nature of forgiveness, grief and redemption.
LA WEEKLY Award Nomination – Best Playwriting
Nice Things (3F,1M)
Bobbie Jo Gunning is an Army National Guard recruiter in Western Pennsylvania. Amy , a woman who has recently lost her fiancee in the Afghanistan war. Neither of them sleep well these days. Amy, because of what she’s done. Bobbie Jo because of something she hasn’t dealt with. In order to move on and live their lives they will need to come to terms with the past and the present. Nice Things explores the changing and diminishing options now available for young men and women in small town America.
Best of 2014 – Review plays
Andy Warhol’s Tomato (2M)
When a teenage Andy Warhol finds himself in the basement of a working class bar, he gets inspiration, guidance and friendship from a surprising source.
The Pact (3M,1F) 
Joel Winowich, a graphic artist has just sold an animated TV show based on childhood adventures with his friend Hutch. Joel returns to his working class hometown to share this great news with him. He soon finds things have changed for Hutch, and not for the better. Joel is quickly reminded of a pact he made with Hutch as a teenager. Whether he honors the pact he made or not, his life will never be the same.
2017 O’Neill theatre Conference Semi-finalist
Buried in the Night (3F,1M)
It’s the middle of the night at Tobloswsky’s Diner, and Rose is fighting to keep her life from changing. The others in the diner are fighting for a change. They are all haunted by dreams, failed expectations, and past regrets. When the morning comes will they move on, or stay buried in the night?
2016 O’Neill Theatre Conference Finalist
Think of me
Last Snow
Making Moves
A Night of Lions
The Last Linen Day
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