BONES OF THE WORLD
Environmental science plays for teens, developed with Margaret Grace Hee for EpiC Theater Company at Redwood High School, 2018.
Adapted from a Greek myth, this dance-play with live music follows a snake who yearns to be human. Directed by Suzanne Karpinski. Original music by John Barber and Janna Pelle. Choreography by Shannon Stowe. The New York International Fringe Festival, 2016.
RUN BY MEN : THE GIRLS ARE HUNGRY
A dance-play written, devised, and performed in collaboration with Cat Wagner. The Leonard Bernstein Festival of Creative Arts at Brandeis University, 2015.
Miles south of where the Reichstag is burning, six Bavarian youth struggle with identity, faith and the violence that lives within. As their country begins to change, these young men and women suddenly find themselves on different sides of a line none of them drew. NY Premiere directed by Stephanie C. Cunningham, 2015. Produced by Mastodon Theatre Company. Original music by Drum & Lace. Semifinalist, The Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, 2014.
THE HOUSE ITSELF DOES NOT BURN
In the desolate landscape of a North Dakota boomtown, residents and roughnecks struggle to live, love, and break even. MFA thesis production, The New School for Drama, advisor: Stephen Karam. Directed by Stephanie C. Cunningham. Original music by Drum & Lace. Semifinalist, The Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, 2015.
A marine returned from war readjusts to his new reality. Harold and Mimi Steinberg Award for Best New Play, Brandeis University, 2009.