His award winning screenplays include the features BRUISES and DEER WOMAN and the short CHARADE OF A FLY. His award winning plays include GREEN FIRE, SPLIT, THE LIST, and WIGGER. He has written and produced two musicals: BLUE MASS and SKINS OF THE MONEY DRUM presented at the Yale University Theater. In documentary he has co-produced over twelve segments for broadcast on The New Morning Show (the Hallmark Channel), including multiple segments on American Indian reservations (Navajo, Apache, and Havasupai). He also co-produced ECO ACTION, and the short film AHALANI: LIVING IN HARMONY WITH THE SUN.
Over the years Dalglish has developed a technique of making films without scripts in marginal communities (A HARD WAY OUT 1992 Hartford gangs, THE COMMUNITY ROOM 1990 Jericho Homeless Shelter, and THE SHOOTING GALLERY 1989 Bridgeport Prison). He founded the IMPROFILM FESTIVAL in its sixth year at the IFP Screening room sponsored by CCNY Film Program screening films that were produced without a screenplay through structured improvisations.
He is a Film Commissioner for Suffolk County and President of the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center in Patchogue (www.plazamac.org) that houses the George Stony School of Documentary Filmmaking. He is currently in post production on SAVAGE LAND.