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House of Tomorrow Public Reading with P73
House of Tomorrow will receive a public reading on April 26th courtesy of Page 73. The reading will be directed by Colette Robert and will take place at the ART/NY 520 Spaces. Tickets are free but you must reserve a ticket here.
World Premiere: House of Tomorrow
2018-- Boise Contemporary Theater
Spent a month in Boise, ID developing House of Tomorrow with the remarkable Boise Contemporary Theater. The amount of support and creativity the company offered was truly overwhelming and made for a fantastic learning experience. House of Tomorrow had a successful three-week run February 21st - March 10. First professional production!
Photo by Andy Lawless
Boise Contemporary Theater River Prize!
Thrilled to have been named the recipient of the 2017 Boise Contemporary Theater River Prize! In addition to a financial award, House of Tomorrow will makes its world premiere in Boise in February of 2018. Cannot wait to work with this amazing company!
Honored to be spending the year 2017 among a remarkably talented group of playwrights at such a prestigious play developing institution! Stay tuned for details on my reading later this year.
Nasty Bitch Radio
Jan. 2017 - The Kraine Theater
Nasty Bitch Radio was written for The Resister Project, an evening of performances presented in the spirit of artistic resistance to the 2016 Presidential Election by Brooklyn-based production company, The Dirty Blondes. The ten minute play depicts two female radio hosts forced to pander to the ideals of a dystopic and misogynist government, while secretly conducting an underground riot grrrl-esque radio show that has been stealthily gathering feminist forces to ensure the hostile overthrow of the patriarchy.
Dec. 2016 - A reading at Cloud City
Dump City received a public reading under the direction of Kareem Fahmy after a year of development with the Fresh Ground Pepper PlayGround PlayGroup. The wildly absurd and politically poignant play was performed by Keilly McQuail, Rendah Heywood, Jacob Dresch, Brian Mason, Erin Anderson, Devin Kawaoka, and Matthew Boston.
Barn Arts Hamilton Residency
Summer 2016 - Bass Harbor, ME
Had an absolute blast spending a week with eleven other writers at the Barn Arts Collective in a little town in Maine. An excerpt of Dump City was performed in the eponymous barn where this collective regularly presents exciting new works to an intimate crowd of local Mainers.