Award-winning short film starring
Sarita Choudhury, John Lordan, Sean Hayden, Luke Rosen.
Featuring the international ambient trance hit "Sweet Lassi Dub" by The Bhutan Philharmonic.
Winner of 2005 AIVF-BVR Get It Made Package. Licensed numerous times around the world for broadcast and distribution.
Available from amazon.com and IndiePix.
Watch the trailer.
Play script for semiautobiographical
wartime drama set in the late 1990's
World premiere Off Broadway in 1999,
Edinburgh Fringe UK 2000, and throughout the US including 2007 Chicago premiere.
Available from Samuel French, amazon.com (including the Kindle version and the UK Kindle version), stageplays.com, and in New York City at The Drama Book Shop and the NYU Bookstore.
Theatres and organizations interested in productions or public readings should contact Samuel French.
U.S. NONPROFIT REGIONAL THEATRES: the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which sponsored the original production of Tesla's Letters in 1999 at The Ensemble Studio Theatre, has made funds available to assist in mounting new productions of this play. Interested theatres should email the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York to see if you qualify.
Play script for southern fried comedy
about medical ethics and NASCAR.
World premiere at the Mill Mountain
Theatre in 2003, southwest
premiere at Theatre Three Dallas in 2005, public reading in Philadelphia by the Inspira Theatre Co. in 2009.
Available at amazon.com (including the Kindle version and the UK Kindle version) and in New York City at the NYU Bookstore.
Theatres and organizations interested in productions or public readings should email medicine-man [at] brain-on-fire [dot] com.
Autobiographical tragicomedy DVD
written and performed by Jeffrey
Stanley in New York City at the
Gershwin Hotel and Don't Tell
Mama, featuring Luke Rosen. Shot
by award-winning documentary
filmmaker David Gaynes.
horseshoe [at] brain-on-fire [dot] com $15.00
Senior Editorial Advisers: Jeffrey Stanley and Matt K. Matsuda. Millennial and
apocalypse movements do not
always go boom and bust. Some
visions of the future merit a history
of their own. The End That Does, a groundbreaking project from Boston University's Center for Millennial Studies,
tracks the interplay of the arts,
sciences, and imagination across
3000 years of surprising
conclusions. Published by Equinox.
Available from amazon.com.