Jason's plays have been published by:
Rebel Belle Publishing
RiversEdge Literary Journal
The High Plains Register
Waxing and Waning: A Literary Journal
Alternating Current Arts
Off the Wall Plays
On a fall night in 1776, Ben Franklin, John Adams and Edward Rutledge contemplate the reality of a failing revolution while cooped up in an overcrowded tavern on the eve of a potential peace conference.
The absurdity of the lodging situation, forcing Adams to share a bed with Franklin (a known nude bather), juxtaposed to their dire situation and self doubt, lead audiences from laughter to tears and back again.
FULL LENGTH PLAY
A Thirst for Life
Based on events that actually took place at a small watering hole in a no man's land at the Battle of Gettysburg, soldiers from both the Union and Confederacy risked their lives for just a sip of water. As the sun sets, and they can't differentiate uniforms, they begin to unknowingly fraternize with the enemy.
10 MINUTE PLAY
10 Characters (2-4 of which can be double cast)
A genius' mental health and instability become the topics of debate and unwelcome diagnoses by those witnessing his desperate struggle. Each person's contribution, however, becomes a greater reflection of their own character, biases and disorders than they are of his.
ONE ACT PLAY
The Good, The Bard and the Ugly
How much do we really know about the man called Shakespeare; who he was, where his inspirations came from and how he developed such rich and memorable characters, stories and prose?
The truth can be painful!
ONE ACT PLAY
Multiple Characters played by 5 actors
A parody of Shakespeare's 'HAMLET'. Perfect for High School & College audiences.
"I ask to be or not to be,
That is the question I ask of me,
Would I, could I take my life?
Could I , should I with a knife?"