- Nominated Best Play, Best Production, including a LA Drama Critics Circle.
E.M. Forster's classic sci-fi story was ahead of its time when it was first published over seventy years ago, predicting, among other things, the rise of digital interconnectivity.
Cavander's adaptation of the story for the BBC will be reissued in 2015 as part of a collection of futuristic dramas, Out of the Unknown. read more
When a packet of old love letters is discovered the results are tumultuous and uproarious for two generations of a bickering but loving family. read more
A monk takes off from his monastery to spread his message to the world - Elvis lives. And he has proof! read more
A dog from the pound turns out to be prize show material, and brings high drama, low farce, and eventual peace to the household that adopts him. read more
Two teenage girls, one white, the other black and a slave, conspire to show the world that true genius knows no color bar. A true story. (Monterey County Film Commission Artistic Talent Award). read more
Two participants in the clinical trial of a new cancer drug fall in love. When one of them is cured and the other discovers he has received a placebo they are faced with an agonizing choice.
Escapees from a wilderness boot camp find more than they bargained for in the Great Outdoors. read more
[80 minute play, no intermission, 4 characters]
A couple have entered into a trial 'Beta Version' marriage, in the hopes that finally they can find a happy mutual commitment. But everything changes when they entertain an old friend, and get into a discussion about owning a gun. . read more
This new play received its world premiere in Los Angeles in 2014, garnering several nominations for 'Best Play' and/or 'Best Production'. See under 'The Legend of Oedipus' entry in THEATRE Section/Plays read more
Commissioned by the Oregon Shkespeare Festival. World Premiere at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, March 2014. read more
Based on a true story, two men, continents apart in life and fundamental beliefs, engage in old arguments and fight new battles - the most important of which are within themselves. read more
(Music by Richard Peaslee) Nathaniel Hawthorne's charming and fanciful retelling Greek myths reimagined with a modern twist. read more
Two teenage girls, one white, the other black and a slave, conspire to show the world that true genius knows no color bar. A true story. (Stage version of a screenplay on the same subject). read more
A traditional Irish folk tale, reimagined and expanded for a Young Adult reader. read more
Latino mother whose baby was adopted arrives incognito to work in his house in suburbia, U.S.A. read more
Can you eat your words - literally? read more
Latest commissions, ideas, concepts, sketches, scripts under construction - Kenneth Cavander is always exploring new subject matter. Among the projects engaging him at present ... read more