I strive to create work that leaves questions up in the air for the audience to discuss as they leave the theatre. Plays that give credible voice to people with views on both sides of an issue, making it impossible to immediately discredit either opinion so that the audience has to think twice about their own views. I love the complexity of plays that are not linear and do exciting and unexpected things with narrative structure. I need to tell big stories in big ways, stories which look at unexamined truths in our society and demonstrate other points of view showing how we may confront them. I need to ask questions that are not being asked, and show people not only new aspects of the world, but aspects of their everyday lives with fresh eyes. I want to give audiences something to consider that keeps them thinking and talking long after the show is over, eventually coming to a deadlock, with no obvious right or wrong answer about the events or meaning of the show. I don’t like easy answers but rather an ending where the moral settling is uneven and the very story is left adrift.