When the lives of estranged twins Mal and Faye finally collide after seven years, old scars are sliced open and a family’s past and present unravels. Veering from India to Nebraska, Away From is a savage play about family, loss and the lengths to which we go to cling to memory.
Away From was workshopped at Dixon Place in December 2015 (dir. Ilana Becker) and with Live Source Theatre Group in February 2016 (dir. Nikki Rothenberg).
On a camping trip in Colorado, Michelle shows up to support her friend Jen’s coming out and is reunited with old college friends. After Jen comes out, her husband James disappears into the woods. Two days later, he shows up dead, causing the group to reel in shock and remaining friendships to splinter apart.
Look Up was developed on the 2016 Fresh Ground Pepper Artist retreat.
When unknown forces threaten the orderly life within The Dome, it’s up to the newest Dome Guards Molly and Greg to save their fragile underwater society.
The Unfathomable Blue was developed on retreat with Full Stop Collective and in Mariah McCarthy’s Write the Play class. It had a staged reading at the March Paper Kraine at The Kraine Theatre and was part of The Navigators’ Dark Matter Reading Series in June 2017.
With Christmas break looming, college sophomore Nisha distracts herself by continuing to hook up with her longtime friend, Josh. As they sort through their unofficial status, Nisha’s family issues complicate their relationship.
Officially Unofficial premiered at the Players Theatre Short Play Festival in February 2017.
Alex has gone away to college leaving nothing but an emotional void in her mothers’ lives. But the morning after Alex’s first night away, empty-nesters Lori and Sandy attempt to cope with this new separation in very different ways.
The Morning After Alex Leaves premiered at The Morning After Festival at Left Coast Theatre Company in November 2017.
The Earth’s spin has slowed and the sun is scorching relentlessly as The Water Man makes his last delivery to M, a recluse living in the desert. When The Water Man invites M to join him in the remaining underground community, M must decide if she wants to live or die.
M and The Water Man premiered at The Navigators Lift Off Festival in September 2017. It was part of the Oct 2017 Paper Kraine. It will be produced for the Actors’ Theatre of Santa Cruz 8 Tens @ 8 Festival in January 2018.