Each person owns their own name and no one else has a valid right to use it. DIANA DEVEREAUX (To Marilyn with Love) explores the journey of a rare woman whose only real freedom was in her singular essence that could never be taken away from her while all the outward manifestations of it, (with a few exceptions), her beauty, her wisdom, and her boundless love, were misunderstood, exploited for money, degraded for lust. Born within the physical boundary of a city yet bereft of any spiritual connection to it, a child to woman’s magnificent isolated spirit soared far beyond even the imagination of those who surrounded her. Assisting her self-understanding is an imaginary character drawn from the the art that is her calling – the theatre.
THE SENATOR’S DAUGHTER IN A PARALLEL UNIVERSE. This play addresses, through an imaginary parallel universe, the disconnect between aspects of government manifested at that time, and it exposes a deep flaw in a process determined more by money and male dominance than by empathy with all of the people, thus unwittingly or wittingly mutilating democracy. A woman’s body belongs to her alone, just as a man’s body is his alone. The parallel universes of nature are understood by indigenous women as well as suppressed civilized women. A self-disappearing Referendum shows that all life is sacred. The life of each human being cannot be relegated to civilized acceptance, which is, in any way, less than that bestowed by nature.