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Full-length Drama, 1W, 4M


Daniel and Mitchell are the perfect couple. Perfect house, perfect friends - even a mother who wants them married. They’d have the perfect wedding, too, except that Mitchell doesn’t believe in gay marriage. A turn of events puts their perfect life in jeopardy, and Mitchell is thrust into a future where even his love may not prove to be enough. Daniel’s Husband is a bold reflection of love, commitment, and family in our perilous new world.

“A heart-yanker! You believe in the relationship at the play’s center. Together they become a couple that you want to cheer for.” - The New York Times


“A profound look at love and commitment and the uncertainties of life.” - The Daily Beast


“ Daniel’s Husband embodies what quality playwriting should do. It surprises, engages, entertains, and challenges.” - The Broadway Blog


“A stunning play! Profoundly moving!” - Nite Life Exchange

Licensed thru: TRW PLAYS


Full-length Drama, 1W, 2M


At 54 years old, Terry Parker finds himself at a crossroads in his life. After the loss of his partner of 30 years, he finds himself suddenly single and unable to adjust to a world that has moved on without him. After a night of heavy drinking, he wakes up with a 28-year-old bartender-slash-Uber-driver. These two very different people begin a tentative relationship, and what starts out as a one-night stand becomes a journey of self-discovery for a man trying to let go of the past and move forward in the ever-changing landscape of today’s America.

“A stunning new work by accomplished playwright . . . An amusing, heartfelt and emotionally astute look at love, loss and the struggles of facing an uncertain future.” - OnStage Blog


“The protagonist of this new play by Michael McKeever steps gingerly out of grief’s stasis and into the unknown.” - The New York Times


“A very intelligent, absorbing look at contemporary relationships and the conflicts that keep us all from aging with joy and peace of mind . . . A real discovery.” – Rex Reed

“ Daniel’s Husband embodies what quality playwriting should do. It surprises, engages, entertains, and challenges.” - The Broadway Blog


“A stunning play! Profoundly moving!” - Nite Life Exchange

Licensed thru: TRW PLAYS


Full-length Drama, 1W, 3M


Summer, 1950. Hollywood’s first openly gay movie star and celebrity interior designer Billy Haines is going to a dinner party at George Cukor’s. He invites a handful of friends to stop off for cocktails beforehand. Tallulah Bankhead, in LA for the weekend, is there with all of the baggage that makes her Tallulah Bankhead. When agent Henry Willson arrives with his newest protégé, Chad Manford, what starts off as a simple request turns into a heated debate on the hypocrisy of what it takes to be a man in the land of make-believe.

“Incisive . . . Fresh . . . Topical.” - Florid Theater On Stage


“McKeever’s writing is clever, sophisticated, and clean. Anyone who loves classic Hollywood of the 1930s and 1940s will revel in the frothy anecdotes and namedropping throughout the play.” - Miami Artzine


"Breathtaking . . . The Code technically could have been written 10 or 20 years ago, but its history lesson is now frightfully relevant again. ” – Boca Magazine


Full-length Drama,3W, 2M


The Campbells and the Beckmans have been good friends and neighbors for years. When a senseless act of violence turns their perfect lives upside down, they must turn to each other and themselves in their search for answers. Answers that will change all of their lives forever. This topical and moving work takes an unflinching look at what happens when bullying turns deadly, following the journey of two families left to pick up the pieces of a life interrupted, after the funerals have ended and news cameras have gone home.

“Finely crafted dialogue. A powerful & profound drama.” - Broadway World


“Riviting, powerful and timely.” - NYC Skyline


“After should not be missed! An exciting, riviting play about the after effects of bullying. ” – Theater Scene


Full-length Drama, 4W, 4M


Over the course of some sixty years - starting in 1969 and ending in 2032 - the Cabot family tries to keep up with the world as it evolves around them. Epic in scope, yet intimate by nature, American Rhapsody weaves the lives of its main characters through the ever changing landscape of the American zeitgeist as it speeds through the last half of the twentieth century, into the turbulence of today and well beyond. As the family evolves into a new America, so does its cultural identity as members of other races and sexual orientation, marry into and redefine what the family thought it was.

“Complex, wry, provocative, funny . . . A new play worth experiencing.” - The Miami Herald


“American Rhapsody achieves a scope worthy of its name. The latest gem to be deposited among our regional mines. And they’ve struck gold.” - The Jitney


Full-length Drama, 1W, 6M


For two years and one month Ann Frank, along with seven others, hid in four small concealed rooms behind a bookcase in the building where her father worked. Because of her diary, the world knows of her and her family’s ordeal. But what of the people who hid them and got them food and kept them informed of the world outside? Award-winning playwright Michael McKeever explores the complex world of these brave individuals, during their journey of rebellious morality during the horrors of World War II.

“A remarkable new play.” - Palm Beach ArtsPaper


“Portrays human beaings with such recognizable virtues and flaws, strengths and weaknesses, that we are forced to ask ourselves what we would have done.” - Florida Theater On Stage


“A masterpiece, pure, clean and precise . . .” - Theater Pizzazz

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