Alligator Road at Stoneham Theatre

Thrilled to announce that "Alligator Road" will be produced at Stoneham Theatre in Boston this October, directed by Artistic Director Weylin Symes. An earlier version of the play was done at Mad Horse Theatre in 2015.

Big thanks to Cait Robinson for introducing me to Weylin and advocating for this play over a year ago!

Two-Week Playwriting Class in Portland, Maine

Portland, Maine!

Ever wanted to learn how to write a play? Or do you have a half-finished draft gathering dust in a drawer? Come to my two-week class at Acorn starting in April!

Tuesdays, April 25 and May 2, 6:30-9:30pm. Only $65!

A play can entertain, puzzle, frustrate, provoke, or confirm or challenge a worldview. This workshop will supplement the basic elements of playwriting such as character, setting, and plot, with discussions and exercises around image and spectacle, form and structure, space, language, rhythm, and the importance of questions. This workshop will give you tools to build the engine of your play while nurturing the igniting spark. Suitable for beginners and experienced playwrights alike, the workshop will be a mix of lecture, discussion, in-class writing exercises, and hearing your work read aloud.

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PWC Affiliated Writer

I was a Core Apprentice at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis for the 2012-13 year, and now I'm proud to be an Affiliated Writer with my very own page on the PWC site!

MAY 39th reading in East Hampton

East Hampton!

This Saturday, March 25, at 6:30pm, the amazing J.Stephen Brantley and Chloe Dirksen will perform in a reading of my play "MAY 39th" at Malia Mills pop-up gallery, 55 Main Street. Directed by Nick Gregory.

I wrote this play 11 years ago, and it remains my most-produced piece, with six productions and several readings. It's set 1,000 years in the future, the morning after a first date.

A jacked-up homage to Terrence McNally's "Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune."

HYENA in Miami

Miami!

So proud that my play HYENA will be a part of The Future Is Female Festival through Andie Arthur's Lost Girls Theatre, alongside plays by Mariah MacCarthy and Marisela Treviño Orta.

This is the same theatre company that did a reading of my play DREAMS OF THE PENNY GODS recently.

Monday, March 20, 7pm at Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.

Free and open to the public!