Once, In Palestine:five short plays in the style of Japanese Noh drama, drawing on Christian myth instead of Buddhist myth and set in both a traditional and contemporary environment. The five plays are: "Woman at the Well," "Lazarus," "The Garden," "The Twin," and "Emmaus", meant to be performed with original music in a single evening.

“Noh Garden,” number three of the sequence of five plays, has been produced as a short film, filmed and directed by Ken, with original music by Joan McMillen. It showcases the work itself and stands as an example of the whole project. Information about “Noh Garden" can be found at www.nohgarden.com

Click on the image to play the completed film of "Noh Garden" which runs 32 minutes
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Pope Joan, a full-length play; workshop production, Philadelphia Company, 1975; full production, Lynchburg College, 1976.

Wanamaker, one-act play; produced by Philadelphia Bicentennial, June-September, 1976, Philadelphia Museum of Art.

House of Bedlam, full-length play; main stage production, the New Playwrights Theater, Washington, DC, 1978.

She Also Dances, full-length play; selected for the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference, summer 1979; premiered by South Coast Repertory Theater, Costa Mesa, California, 1983, and moved to Los Angeles the same year; cited in Best Plays of 1983; subsequent productions in New York City, Philadelphia, Walnut Creek (CA), London, Copenhagen.

Rapture, full-length play, 1984; unproduced.

Wanting Marie, full-length play; workshop production, Philadelphia, 1985.

Enlightenment, a full-length play about Thomas Merton; workshop production, St. Clement’s Theater, New York City, 2000.

Rose and a Baby Ruth, full-length play, 2012; unproduced.