Color Blue (Published on Indie Theatre Now)
Two thirteen-year-old girls smoking pot behind their middle school encounter a charismatic stranger making big promises.
New Perspectives Theatre Company’s Women’s Work Project
Short Play Retrospective Festival (NYC)
Directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene
February – March 2016
The Naked Expedition Project Monthly Reading Series (NYC)
Directed by Julio Monge
The Montgomery Playhouse One-Act Festival (Gaithersburg, MD)
Directed by Kathleen Alvania
The Disreputables’ SLUT Festival (Washington, D.C.)
New Perspectives Theatre Company Women’s Work Project Festival: TOXICITY (New York City)
Directed by Elysa Marden
Bron is trying desperately to work on a new painting, but her husband Hu keeps demanding her attention (and her body), and her model/muse would rather be painted by a (male) master like Klimt. Part of Exquisite Corpse Company’s Secession 2015. Inspired by the life and work of Viennese artist Broncia Koller-Pinell.
Exquisite Corpse Company, Secession 2015
as part of the Faux / Real New Orleans Festival of Arts (New Orleans, LA)
Marietta directed by Katie Lindsay (Secession 2015 directed by Tess Howsam)
Bruno and Larry are ghosts, stuck haunting a historic hotel for what might be an eternity. Realizing that they have no grasp on the actual rules of existence, they try to avoid a team of invasive ghost hunters while Larry freaks out about theoretical physics and Bruno laments the lack of jelly donuts in the afterlife.
South Street Players’ Tri-State Theatre Festival: Halloween Edition (Spring Lake, NJ)
All This Time
Two bodies come into being. They dress each other and become a Boy and a Girl. They grow, they switch, it all begins again.
New Theatre’s Miami 1-Acts Festival (Miami, FL)
Directed by Kenya Moore
The Secret Theatre‘s Long Island City One-Act Festival (New York City)
Directed by Brendan Naylor
Two strangers confront existential crises and each other in an abandoned hotel in the middle of the night, in the middle of the California desert.
Cami and Lucy are sisters, trying to negotiate the meaning of religion, ritual, and family at their brother, Andrew’s funeral.
Communal Spaces : A Garden Play Festival (New York City)
Directed by Michael Padden
Bible Burlesque (co-written with Rachel Kerry)
To raise money for the Edinburgh production of their biblical feminist burlesque-themed play, Rachel and Ali have decided to put on a night of hot, lurid bible stories – but they’ve got very different ideas about what that means. An hour of comic meta-theatrical sexy-time. In Biblical proportions.
Trouble Man (solo-performance piece, co-written with R. Ernie Silva)
A story about a man who finds trouble in smoke, mirrors and circular lies.
The One Festival, Teatro LaTea (New York City)
Directed by Mary Joan Negro