George’s QUEST is a screenplay I’m adapting from two books Dark Sun: Te Rapunga and the Quest of George Dibbern by Erika Grundmann and Quest by George Dibbern, amplifying the voice of the “first world citizen” philosopher and sailor, Captain George Dibbern (1889-1962) and his 32-foot ketch called Te Rapunga presently experiencing a resurrection herself.
Interview or Who’s Afraid of Mr. Albee? is a transcription of an interview I conducted with the great maverick American playwright Mr. Edward Albee. The first third of the play however had to be written from memory due to my mini-disc recorder failing to function during the first part of the interview. The play is written in classic Albee style and is the best portrait I could muster of a man I truly admire and respect.
Here’s my interview called Listening to Robert Wilson. I was an assistant to Robert Wilson for two weeks in January of 1995 as he choreographed with the Martha Graham Dance Company. In the summer of 2007, photographer Jeffery Price and I went to visit Bob at the Watermill Center. We came away with an insightful interview and this portrait.Click to read some of the plays and musicals I’ve brought to the page and stage.