ONE NIGHT ONLY

Workshop through The Playwrights’ Center, November 2016

Harry Houdini’s final show.  As the magic onstage becomes increasingly personal, the magician grapples with a life of ambition and the work of making the impossible for the audience.  Developed from the Houdini archives at The Harry Ransom Center and structured as a magic show, One Night Only is a psychological portrait of the American rags-to-riches story, with a twist.  2M

STILL NOW

Finalist for the inaugural Shakespeare’s Sister Award.  On the Kilroys List in 2015.  Workshop production with The University of Texas and Shrewd Productions 2014

Annie is a modern dancer who, after witnessing the fall of the twin towers, heads to Japan to study Butoh.  Ten years later she is diagnosed with cancer and returns to Butoh to prepare for her final dance.  Still Now confronts us with the accelerated motion of a woman learning and losing her body. 8- 10 performers

THE FAULT

Developed with Kitchen Dog Theatre, The Orchard Project and produced at UT in the fall of 2013

Three sisters struggle to reconcile the culture of their itinerant family with their disparate hopes and ambitions.  Pressed between the Redwoods and the Pacific Ocean, the Davis family has finally stopped running in an attempt to settle down. 3W, 1M

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

Commissioned and produced by ZACH theatre and with The New Victory LabWorks 2015/2016 program.  Co-written with Gabrielle Reisman for Underbelly.  

When Alice lands down the rabbit hole on the wave of a tantrum, a motly troupe of animals invites us along to find her, and avoid the wrath of the Red Queen and her Rabbit henchman in the process.  4W, 4M