Theatre

I'd never seen a play when I wrote my first at age 5, titled The Day of the Blue Bonnets (I have NO idea what it was about). As an only child, I savored the opportunity to play with other children whenever they were around, and putting on a play was a way to unify and involve everyone. Growing up, I wrote, directed, and acted with any willing group of people I could find simply because I loved being around an engaged group of people having fun.

Nothing much has changed.

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Water on the Moon

My love letter to music, side jobs, and New York in my 20s.

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The Uninvited

A thriller about Ivy League sex workers and human trafficking.

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Golden Hour

A drama about an Afghanistan veteran revisiting her high school sweetheart.

 
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Virtue

A comedy about women in business and outsourcing in the Philippines.

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Noel Gallagher's Guitar

A comedy about an Arthurian boy band in Manchester, England.

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The Romantic Movement

A comedy set in a high school band camp in rural Florida during the summer of 1967.

 
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The Fiancé

A comedy about a woman who gets engaged to her neighbor at an NYC retirement home.

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The Dogwatcher

A solo play about the inmates of a federal prison and the power of education.