Leonardo's Ring (White Bear Theatre, 2003)
Camp, rude, very nude American gay play with a La Ronde-type structure, following the adventures of a ring which once belonged to Leonardo Da Vinci. The Da Vinci Code with buns! A sell-out for its entire run. By the co-author of Double Double.
author: Rick Elice
producer: White Bear Theatre
designer: Siobhan Pearson
lx designer: Robin Snowdon
cast: Robert Ashe, Stephen Chance, Ben Glanfield, Robert Sutton.
Virginia Plain (White Bear Theatre, 2003)
Foul-mouthed, intense and very funny play about a failed rock star wannabe, drugs and male rape. With songs!
author: Nick Garrett
designer: James Martin Charlton & Nick Garrett
cast: Sally Faulkner, Brett Goldstein, Patrick Killian, Peter Leafe, Kit Smith.
Nihil (Warehouse Theatre, 2001)
A story of red light cinemas and a killer slaughtering young men.
author: Gian Maria Cervo
cast: Nicola Duffett, Richard Hawley, Chris New.
Saved by Sex (Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh, 2000)
A tale of love, cross-dressing, gangsters and God.
author: Caroline Burns Cooke
cast: Caroline Burns Cooke, Melvyn Hayes, Tom Hayes, Paul Jenkins.
Queer Dorset Bastard (Etcetera Theatre, 2000)
Three years after their relationship is destroyed by a violent mob, two men pick over old wounds. A poetic, nostalgic and at times obscene glimpse at a world of homophobia from without and within.
author: Barney Ashton
producer: Rupert Drinks Vodka
designer: Zoe Gingell
cast: Euan Macnaughton, Oliver Meek, Hannah Young.
Lovers and Killers (Etcetera Theatre, 1998)
'Suffer Little Children' and 'According to Mark' - Two short plays about killers - and 'What? So What?' - lovers in opposing monologues.
authors: Caroline Burns Cooke & Chris Savage King
producer: Cooke and Savage King
lighting: Lisa Audouin
cast: Caroline Cooke, Tom Hayes, Chris Savage King.
Johnny Song, one half of double bill Capital Nights (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon, 1998)
The story of a street poet and his faithful friend Drummer Boy. Together they hit the streets of London to see if anyone other than the sparrows will listen to them. Everyone they encounter hears Drummer Boy's beats and the words of Johnny Song - but are the people of the capital ready for them?
author: Jim Kenworth
designer: Peter Lindley
cast: Mat Fraser, Charlie Folorunsho, Victoria McFarlane
My Mother Is An Alien, Is That Why I'm Gay? (Malborough Theatre, Brighton, 1998)
A sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic story of an incapable mother, her emotionally closed son and his anoraked boyfriend.
author: Nigel Fairs
producer: 368 Theatre Co.
Cast: Caroline Burns Cooke, John Ainsworth, Nigel Fairs, Max Day, Jayne Massey.