NYC 2013. Princess Grace semi-finalist in playwriting, 2017 recipient of Puffin Grant to be developed into feature film.
Mara has just taken over her very-recently-deceased dad's position at a vintage car restoration shop in Berkeley, CA, run by his best friend of 30 years. She finds herself in a love triangle with a younger man, and an old flame who returns to offer her everything she thought she ever wanted. Based on the modern day love poetry of folks like Alice Walker, Noel Coward, and James Tipton.
Fringe 2015, 'Best Bet' & Best Director,
Published in Best American Festival Plays 2015
Tessa, a veterinarian who now runs a dog rescue in Northern CA, is outspoken, has an over inflated sense of justice, and probably drinks too much. Tessa is desperate to find a new building for her no kill shelter, being forced out by an incoming Starbucks. She is at the mercy of the disapproving city council, is confronted with her high school sweetheart moving back home, and all the while is mentoring teenage volunteer and budding vet Molly Mattie, who has a penchant for pop culture, and thinks Tessa is the greatest thing since sliced bread. At the end of her rope, Tessa is left with approaching her estranged father for financial assistance to keep the rescue open to save the dogs, and ultimately, herself.
Easter at the Entree Gold
Sam French OOB 2016
Novice teacher Peter arrives at a posh Montreal hotel suite to give his seemingly-incapacitated mentor Leverett a ride back to the states. As Peter uncovers the reason for Leverett’s flight from their school, he learns that the older man’s goals have more to do with Peter’s secrets than with covering up his own.
The Shark Play
Final 12 at Sam French OOB 2017
Sully and Ben, marine scientists and stars of the popular TV show, ‘Shark Squad,’ have been fan favorites for years. As they meet to do their first ever on-air live broadcast from the choppy, shark-filled waters of San Francisco Bay, Ben blindsides Sully with unexpected news. As the sharks begin to surface from the deep, so do the partners’ long-held resentments and fears about their future.
Good & Kissed
Midtown Int'l Theatre Fest 2017
How a chance romantic encounter in South Carolina helped to heal a hurting New Yorker's heart.
Breaking the Shakespeare Code
2014 sold out run out Fringe NYC, and professional premiere in Chicago
Eighteen-year-old Anna approaches Curt, a callous young acting instructor at the women’s college she attends, to ask him to coach her for an upcoming audition. Though initially dismissive, he agrees to work with her only when she survives his challenges to her work on Julius Caesar’s Portia.
Their lives converge personally and professionally over the next sixteen years as they try to find the right moment and opportunity to finally reveal their true feelings for one another.