FULL LENGTH PLAYS
THE GOOD GUYS
120 minutes / 2W 5M
When Aarón joins a Connecticut group of Civil War reenactors, he is horrified to discover that visiting troops get to play their preferred army while he is forced to fight in Confederate uniform. Even as the unit’s leadership is usurped and gender, racial, and sexual identities come to the forefront, the group must find a way to make it to Gettysburg where they will finally get to fight as the North. A play about tents, spooning, queer romance, how on earth to tell all these Bryans apart, and the lengths we go to to think of ourselves as the good guys.
Residency, SPACE on Ryder Farm, 2017
Residency, Wildacres, 2017
Residency, Yaddo, 2018
Reading, Boston Court Pasadena, 2018
Residency, MacDowell Colony, 2018
EVERYTHING THAT NEVER HAPPENED
90 minutes / 1W 3M
Jessica and Lorenzo are in love, but in order to be together they must plan an escape from her father's house, the Venetian ghetto, and her entire culture. Taking place in the gaps between The Merchant of Venice and the realities of Jewish history, Everything That Never Happened is a play about a father, a daughter, disguise, assimilation, pomegranates, and everything Shakespeare left out.
Production, Carlotta Festival of New Plays, Yale School of Drama, 2017
First runner-up, Leah Ryan FEWW Emerging Playwright Prize, 2017
Writing Fellowship, The Playwrights Realm, 2017-2018
World premiere, Boston Court Pasadena, 2018
75 minutes / 2W, 2M
Rachel and Greg have just built a tiny house and now they need somewhere to park it. When Hannah and Neil offer their yard, the two couples become intertwined in ways they never expected. A play about the tiny house movement, surrogacy, pregnancy loss, the Northwest Passage, and the stories we tell and the stories we don’t.
Workshop production, Langston Hughes Festival, Yale School of Drama, 2015
Reading, Great Plains Theatre Conference, 2016
Workshop, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, 2016
Finalist, New Harmony Project, 2016
Reading, Play By Play, 2016
Workshop, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 2018
90 minutes / 4W 2M
A love story told through the fight calls for all of Shakespeare’s onstage female death scenes. A play about the often invisible ripples of the stories we choose to tell and retell. About whether we can prepare ourselves for violence, for tragedy, or for love.
Reading, Yale School of Drama, 2016
Reading, with director Sarah Blush, 2017
70 minutes / 2W, 2M
Rose wants her light fixed, Liz doesn’t understand what a “really big favor” is, and Mrs. Galveston needs Jim to read her that big book even though it has no words. Can Jim handle eldercare for his clients and for his family?
Workshop, The Foundry, 2013
Production, Yale Cabaret, 2016
Finalist, Leah Ryan FEWW, 2018
Finalist, Local Lab, 2019
45 minutes / 2W, 3M
Two families teaching English overseas discover that their sons' deafness might be the only thing they have in common. A play about warm coats, globalization, code-switching, and the toppling of assumptions.
New Play Labs, Yale School of Drama, 2014
10 minutes / 3 humans
Heracles has just murdered his wife and children. What should he do now? Suffer? Mourn? End his own life? Buy a smaller refrigerator?
BY ITS MIDDLE
10 minutes / 1W, 1M
Why can’t Mike just tell a bedtime story?
Reading, Philadelphia Theatre Company, PTC@Play, 2013
Reading, PlayPenn New Play Development, 2013
1 minute / 1W
Like a love letter to SEPTA. Except the opposite.
Philadelphia One-Minute Play Festival, 2013
10 minutes / 2M
A bookstore employee tries to remember the tricks of his trade, but a regular customer may be able to uninvent everything he thought he knew. Can he hold his ground even though his shirt is the same color as the baseboards?
Reading, PlayPenn New Play Development, 2009
Finalist, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Heideman Award, 2011
Reading, Philadelphia Theatre Company, PTC@Play, 2012