Well, here's my resume of produced plays thus far, written as "Daniel Edmiston." I'm not currently seeking productions, but if you're interested, toss me an email here. You never know.
Drama. A Native American man, estranged from his tribe for twenty years, returns to the reservation to care for his ailing mother. When a film crew arrives wanting to pursue a movie about his shamed grandfather, he must confront the painful reasons why he left and determine the best path for his--and his tribe's--future. Winner of the 2007 Pillars Playwriting Prize at Georgia College and State University and Honorable Mention, Stage 3 Theater Company, tenth annual Festival of New Plays (2008).
Sketch comedy. When Cupid, the god of Love, finds himself in marital strife with his wife Psyche, he points to the experiences of bumbling mortals to prove his belief that love is dead. But the mortals prove otherwise. Ridiculous comedy in two acts, tracing the life stages of love. Winner of a 1999 contest sponsored by the Boise Actors' Guild.
Comedy. An examination of the effects of modern technology on relationships, involving a recently-divorced barista, an up-and-coming newscaster looking for love, and a work-addled husband and wife team of realtors. Oh, and about fifty thoughts interrupted by cell phones. One of the winners of the Spokane Civic Theatre's Playwrights Forum Festival (2004) and a finalist in the American Theatre Co-op Contest for Original One-Act Plays (2004).
AMUSED TO DEATH IN ROME
Comedy/Drama. In a tavern in ancient Rome, a gladiator and a playwright compete for the audience of a bartender, exploring the purposes and meaning of art and entertainment. One of the winners of the 2003 Playwrights Forum Festival (Spokane Civic Theatre); finalist, 2003 Vitality Playwriting Contest (Speaking Ring Theatre).
Comedy. In the present day, William, an aspiring playwright, is having his new play, Hamlet, workshopped for a possible production. By the time the producers have had their input, a soliloquy that once began "To be or not to be" is "improved" to "Bug: Should I off myself?" Don't ask about the bug. Commissioned for the Spokane Civic Theatre's Playwrights Forum Festival, 2008.