Isaac has written four plays, asking kids to invent their characters and then writing a story around them. Although the concept has always been the same, the process has always been different.
The Bridge to Nowhere, 2003. A futuristic adventure about the importance of biodiversity and working together, set to the music of The Beatles.
The Last Play On Earth, 2010. A tragicomedy about the state of our educational system and the creative process, with a touch of Shakespeare.
The End of Rainbows, 2011. A political satire about the takeover of the world by an overzealous alien without a birth certificate, and people coming together for sanity, with a little help from an ice cream eating superhero.
The Magical Seaweed, 2012. A fantastic tragicomedy about the state of the ocean, and sustainable solutions.