In the stageplay, Play Rough, an out-of-work actor and a married woman have an intense affair in modern day Los Angeles. Closer meets Fool For Love, written with a fast-paced, edgy style, a la Aaron Sorkin.
"…links sex to issues of emotional and financial entrapment, revenge and personal history. The claustrophobic perversity of it is painfully true." – LA Weekly.
"…Most rare of gems: a Hollywood love story that is fresh, honest and engaging." –Backstage West
"...a strong play that explores the relationship of the past on the present. The characters quick and witty dialogue combined with the message you cannot hide from your past or who you are is captivating." -Jessica Corn, Trinity Repertory Company, Rhode Island
"...a keenly observed, engrossing modern love story." -Steven Levenson, Playwrights Horizon, New York City
"Socko tough script." -Frank Rutledge, Boarshead Theater, Michigan
"a great example of succinct, no-b.s. theatre - two characters, sparse set(s), straight ahead dialogue, no pretense, no games." -Brian Hyman, actor, Los Angeles