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.
Workshop/Live Source Theatre Group/2016
LOOK UP, OR WHY WE DON’T GO CAMPING ANYMORE
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.
Finalist/Screen Craft Stage Play Competition/2018
Developed on Retreat/Fresh Ground Pepper BRB Artist Retreat/2016
Staged Reading/Paper Kraine/2017
Staged Reading/The Navigators Dark Matter Reading Series/2017
A HOUSE OF TINY
(either 2M or 2W)
Jake and Isabelle are two tiny-house dwellers whose lives unravel when their beloved king abdicates the throne and an evil steward rises to power. As they watch the kingdom churn in turmoil, they seek desperately for a solution to return their lives to normal.
Staged Reading/Dixon Place/2018
THE MORNING AFTER ALEX LEAVES
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.
Premiere/Left Coast Theatre Company Morning After Festival/2017
M AND THE WATER MAN
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.
Premiere/The Navigators Lift Off Festival/2017
Production/Paper Kraine/ 2017
Production/Actors Theatre of Santa Cruz 8 Tens at 8 Festival/2018
Reading/Midwest Dramatist Conference/2018
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.
Premiere/Players Theatre Short Play Festival/2017
VIOLET CLIFFORD’S SENIOR PRANK EXTRAVAGANZA
On an early summer night at the end of the senior year, Lucy shows up to help her old friend Violet with a senior prank. When Violet reveals that they will be dumping blood, not Jell-O, into their teacher’s pool, Lucy starts to suspect that the prank is much more serious than she imagined. When Violet reveals her true motives, the night takes an unusual turn.
Published/Feels Blind Literary/2019