Here is a short list of Celeste’s plays written between the years 1980-2000.

“A SOJOURNER’S TRUTH

The story of an African-American doll that has been passed down through three generations of African-American women.  In each generation, the doll grows the woman as she shares, identifies who she is and develops.

“DEAD END”

A disenchanted bus driver, a lonely older woman, a loud mouth, a nervous young woman, a cynical woman, a shy youth and an obnoxious young man all converge on a bus ride, but it’s a dead end situation.

“A DREAM DEFERRED”

On Martin Luther King’s birthday, the owner of a diner is confronted by the man with whom he has a 30-year vendetta.

“EMPATHY”

A successful African-American doctor must deal with the death wishes of her ailing grandmother and her dying husband.

“HELL TO PAY”

Persons who are HIV positive are quarantined to a camp under the supervision of soldiers while a staunch doctor and a domineering soldier each have an agenda.

“ONE DIVIDED BY TWO”

A selfish bachelor must decide whether he will sacrifice his freedom for the love of his woman.

“RIGHT TOUCH…WRONG TOUCH”

Child abuse discussions arise at school, and the children must decide whether or not to tell about the abuses that they experience at home.

“THE SURVIVAL INSTINCT”

During a civil unrest, an ambitious African-American police officer must choose between his work and his family.

“TRAGEDY’S BLOSSOM”

A rape victim struggles with her recovery as well as the vengeance of her assailant.

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