My first work for the stage was The Chamelon Concert.  This was a highly-choreographed mix of operatic arias, Broadway hits, original compositions and songs made famous by Elvis Presley. The Chameleon Concert's book contained personal anecdotes and original dramatic monologues. The show celebrated its world premiere in September 1998 in Vienna's Theater AKzent.

In 1999, I wrote the script and together with Ole Boskov did the orchestrations for Be My Love: The Mario Lanza Musical which celebrated its world premiere in Theater AKzent on October 7, 1999, the 40th anniversary of Lanza's death. Be My Love was a jukebox musical whose score contained popular Italian Folk Songs, well-known operatic arias and a number of Lanza's hit songs.

In 2001, I wrote the book and was co-lyricist (with Rolf Rettburg) on my first completely original musical, Charlie, which had music by the Hungarian composer Béla Fischer. Charlie celebrated its world premiere in a German-language version in Vienna's Cabaret Stadnikow in March 2001.  In 2004, an English-language version of Charlie was produced at Het Werkteater in Amsterdam, with additional songs by Kai Peterson.

In 2008, I was commissioned by the Komödie in Bayerischen Hof Theater in Munich, Germany to write a new stage production about the life of legendary tenor Enrico Caruso.  The show was to have toured Germany and closed after an extended run in Munich.  The Great Caruso, like Be My Love was a jukebox musical combining popular songs from the turn of the century, with Italian Folksongs and well-known operatic arias associated with Caruso.  Unfortunately, due to the banking and mortgage crisis that year, the theatre lost its funding for it's tour, and this particular production never happened.  

Cloud Nine is an original 60-minute children's musical written in 2010 by me (book and lyrics) and the Swedish actor/musician Josef Törner.  Originally conceived as a stage production for schools, Cloud 9 is now in pre-production to be made into a 60-minute animated musical for television.

In Spring 2022, I was commissioned to write a new play Take the Bins Out, a 75-minute monologue for a visually-impaired actor. The play tells the story of Finley Whitmore, whose diagnosis of Retinitis pigmentosa, a congenital eye disorder, wreaks havoc on his professional and personal life. Take the Bins Out celebrated its world premiere on August 4, 2023 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The Edinburgh production which I also directed, starred Milo Mooney, a visually-impaired actor/comedian as Finley.

Composer Ulf Weidmann  and I are currently in pre-production for the world-premiere of The Finellis Musical which opens at the Wonderville Theatre in London in June 2024.