A grandmother learns from deceased elders that the two African American grandsons she raised have been ambushed by police, one murdered, the other charged with murder. A mystery and conspiracy unfold.
An orphaned holocaust survivor sent to Israel after WWII--now in his late 60s-- is on trial for his associations with Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.
An aspiring young woman playwright takes a college course requiring her to write a play based upon Shakespeare. She puts together a panoramic dystopian comedic drama that borrows from Hamlet, Othello, Lear and the tragic US war on and occupation of Iraq under W.---beyond the "mouse trap" come plays within a play within a play.
Retired primary care and public health physician. Five plays on social justice themes: Zara's Faith (2001), 2 staged readings 2015; The Trial of Mordechai Pentateuch (2007); Fool's Gold (2018); a brief, Lost and Found, won staged reading at a festival; In God we Trust (2003 a one-act).