MOST HAPPY: A STORY OF ANNE BOLEYN, a full-length for 2 actresses and 1 actor, was a semi-finalist at the Lark Theatre’s annual playwriting contest.
A production at the Unofficial New York Yale Cabaret in New York City in 2005 had TalkinBroadway’s Matthew Murray say this: ‘Romance, charm and intrigue…a play replete with all three just opened at the corner of 47th and Eighth. The magic of the theatre district need not be restricted to conventional venues. That magic results here in a mostly gripping character study and a juicy history lesson about the life of Anne Boleyn. He has constructed an intimate chamber piece..for these three people unknowingly tarrying at the crossroads of history.'”