Roy K. wrote three plays
- Praise of Folly, 1966
- Big City Blues, 1972
- The Trial of Cain, the Son of Adam for the Murder of his Brother and One-Half the Human Race, 1975
Copies of Big City Blues and Trial of Cain are held by the New York Public Library
Big City Blues, a trilogy of one-act plays, was produced off-Broadway at St. Mark’s Playhouse, 133 Second Avenue, New York, NY, in February, 1980. Typescript and cast photo held by the New York Public Library. The play was performed by the Negro Ensemble Company, directed by Horacena J. Taylor.