Worthy Pursuit, Rachel Lawson

Rachel Lawson walks through the main terminal at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, looking for a familiar face. She received a call from a colleague, Rhiannon Worthy, a few days ago, looking for a caregiver to assist her sister Rosalind, who’s dealing with end stage cancer. Rosalind has a teenaged daughter and Rhiannon stated a preference for … Continue reading Worthy Pursuit, Rachel Lawson

The Handmaiden

Leah Walker steps up to the door of Rosalind Duchard’s home in Cambridge, Massachusetts and rings the bell. She’s there to meet with Rosalind and her husband, Paul, about a request they made of her at a previous meeting. Leah is still undecided on what her answer will be, but Rosalind has promised to have … Continue reading The Handmaiden

Another Mother World Premiere in August

​ My play, Another Mother, will have its world premiere at the 2017 Essential Theatre Festival, which starts July 28. My play premieres August 4, at the West End Performing Arts Center, directed by Peter Hardy. Another Mother tells the story of Genevieve Duchard, a young woman who learns that the circumstances of her birth … Continue reading Another Mother World Premiere in August

Worthy, Part 32

The company where Abigail works handles all the genetic processing for FamilyFind DNA, which allows people to research their genetic heritage in addition to developing their family trees and connecting with matches. She proposes that Genevieve set up an account with them, so she can transfer her results for comparison with their database, which Genevieve … Continue reading Worthy, Part 32

Worthy, Part 30

Abigail has finished processing Genevieve's DNA results, and today she's analyzing them. She immediately sees something's gone wrong. "This can't be right," she says to herself. She looks up to see her supervisor enter. "Hey Kyle, I need you to verify some results," Abigail says. "Something you can't verify yourself?" "I just want a second … Continue reading Worthy, Part 30

Worthy, Part 29

Rosalind dies in early January, 2013. Despite Rhiannon and Abigail's offers to take care of arrangements, Genevieve insists on handling these herself. She alerts the few friends Rosalind had in Seattle, and members of the family who live nearby. Rosalind's wish was to be cremated and disposed of as Genevieve sees fit. She does not … Continue reading Worthy, Part 29