Survivors, an Alamo Play

Survivors, an Alamo Play is based on the historically documented group of women, children and enslaved people who survived the battle of the Alamo. An epic historical drama told by a diverse ensemble of people who didn’t make it into the history books, it’s also an intimately drawn look at the surprising alliances necessary to survive the shifting and mercurial rule of Mexico’s fledgling democracy.

Developed through The Playwrights’ Center, A Jerome Travel/Study grant through South Texas and Mexico, at The Susanna Dickinson Museum, Launch Pad at UCSB and Texas State University.

The Fault

Star is fourteen, charming, precocious and quickly developing a drug habit she can’t control. Jane, her older sister, just wants to go to UCLA. Angie, the eldest, kicked out months ago is heading home. Three sisters, living on the edge of a small town in Northern California, growing up in an itinerant family, uprooted by natural disasters and poverty, struggle with their obligations to each other and their disparate ambitions to get out.  

The Fault is an unflinching heartfelt look at families living off the edge of the American dream. The cast is small (5) with four of the roles being strong funny women who won’t give up on their dreams, or each other.

Developed through The University of Texas and Kitchen Dog Theatre and Theatre Synesthesia. An NNPN Showcase Finalist.

Still, Now

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.

Developed through The University of Texas, New Harmony Project and Ensemble Studio Theater.

Produced by Shrewd Productions in Austin Texas. Heart and Dagger in Boston in 2018. Finalist for the inaugural Shakespeare’s Sister Award, Still, Now was on the Kilroys in 2015.