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Saturday, Duboce Park

Winner of the Original Monologue Contest sponsored by Talking Horse Productions, of Columbia, MO. Thirty-six monologues were streamed on the company’s Facebook page in September, 2020 and the viewers voted for their favorite.

On a lovely day in San Francisco, a sweet, tender and very moving moment between a young man and his frail and aging dog.

To view the monologue, please visit

Presented in a live zoom performance on Sunday, May 24th, 2020 by The Ground Floor Theatre, Austin, TX and recorded for YouTube. To view on YouTube “click” on the graphic. :)

It’s Saturday night and two gay guys are online, looking to hookup, though each for a somewhat different reason. Jason sees quick and easy sex as a way to avoid intimacy; Michael sees it as a way to get to intimacy more quickly.

Starring Delante Keys and Jesse O’Rear. Directed by Lisa Scheps.


Presented by Pride Films and Plays at the Broadway Theatre of the Pride Arts Center, Chicago, IL. Feb. 24th to March 29th, 2020. Previews begin Feb. 20th. For tickets and information, visit

Dex & Abby was first produced by The Ground Floor Theatre, Austin, TX in 2019.

Dex & Abby was developed with support from the Scriptworks Seed Support Fund.  Collective support for playwrights at

Reviews of "Dex & Abby" at Pride Films and Plays:
Chicago Sun Times: “Dex & Abby stars learn the tricks to playing pups.”
Third Coast Review: "The story ends on a note of sorrow and joy. A play I feared would be silly turns out to be a warm and poignant story of loneliness, love and humanity."

Chicago On Stage: “If you love pets, you really owe it to yourself to see Dex & Abby”
Chicago Theatre Review: "Happiness is a Warm Puppy". "For anyone who has ever been loved or owned by a dog, this new a must see."

Published, 2023 by Original Works Publishing, Los Angeles, CA.


…last and always

By Allan Baker

On 9/11 a gay couple…one in the World Trade Center and one at their home in the city…must say goodbye. Sometimes love can take you to a safe place when nothing else can.

Chosen from over 800 submissions, Allan’s was one of 15 ten-minute plays selected to be performed during the festival in Healdsburg, CA. This will be the 8th production of this powerful, moving 9/11 play. First produced in New York City as part of the 2009 Pride Festival, it was again produced in NYC in 2011. Later productions were Buffalo, NY and Livingston, MT in 2012; the Theatre Dept. of the University of Guam in 2013; Santa Cruz, CA and Clearwater, FL in 2014. In 2012, …last and always was a finalist for the National Award for Short Playwriting of the City Theatre of Miami.

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