Michael McGrinder tells Isobel Gowdie, The Witch Queen of Scotland’s story on a grand canvas spanning a period of 17 years. This full-length play is not for the prudish nor for the faint-hearted, but neither is it for those without a sense of humor or deep compassion. It is for those who like a good story well-told and for those especially who enjoy a love story and who appreciate great theatre!
When Benny Crown woke up with the usual hangover this Saturday morning, holding both arms around a large bag like it had been a woman. Opening the bag and finding it full of large dollar bills, an adventure Benny never thought possible started. He won twelve million dollars, was asked to kill a preacher and asked his girlfriend for her hand in marriage. All this in one weekend.
Jude Aaron Blackstone has a new name, a new face, and a new life. Now a pastor at Blue Sky Baptist Church in Montana, Jude can leave in the past his tumultuous years as a special agent who brought the wealthy and powerful to justice when they mixed devil worship with criminal activity. But the devil and his disciples have a way of popping up where they are least expected!
Eyeplay is just that, four stories for the eye. Modern fictions from Australia including humor and tragedy and comedy and sadness and gambling and the devil and the whole damn thing. Enjoy these explorations of life as we don't know it.
“The Disciple” is a 2600 word, irreverent, satirical farce. It is a tongue-in-cheek offering to those who take every word in the King James Bible as absolute literal truth and exclude the possibility that other interpretations and faiths are as valid as their own. The story supposes what Satan would have done after he had been rejected by Jesus in the Garden that night.