Productions

A selected sample of plays and monologues

Job Loss Figures

Winner of the Promising Playwright Award

Finalist for Princess Grace Award

Semi-Finalist for Eugene O'Neill Playwriting Conference

Best Men's Stage Monologues 2019 (Smith and Kraus, NY)

 

This is a story about class expectation and the ways people who love each other struggle to stay in touch.  When Frank loses the job he loves, he has to rethink who he really is.

Dave Carter and Rick Weingarten in Job Loss Figures, directed by Carol Youmans, Colonial Players 

Hide and Seek

When Ali’s mother takes a job in another city, she is torn away from the neighborhood that has always been her home.  With the help of her best friend, a fairy godmother, and a frightened boy in the new city, Ali manages the transition.  Music and lyrics are by Clark Gesner, the creator of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown..

Amy Schleune, Ronit Feldman, and Amy Boratko in Hide and Seek directed by Dana Iris Harrel, Hangar Theatre

Hijab

Finalist for the Heideman Award

 

Amal wears a hijab and eats her lunch alone at high school. When Olivia, the most

popular girl in the class, seeks her out, they both make some startling discoveries.

Grace Bernardo and Nicky Massoud in HIJAB directed by Emily Lyon, Brooklyn Free Speech 

Solitaire

If someone who has always had a gift for public speaking can’t think what to say and loses his job and forgets what he’s told, does that mean he is following his mother into dementia?

James Barton and Kippy Goldfarb in Solitaire directed by Michelle Aguillon, Hovey Players for The Boston Theater Marathon

Circus Train Wreck

Madison is gifted, privileged and lonely.  When she writes a darkly terrifying story, her high school English teacher has to decide whether to appreciate her talent or warn the school authorities that Madison is a threat to her schoolmates

Angie Tennant and Michele Tauber in The Circus Train Wreck directed by SuzAnne Barabas, New Jersey Repertory Company

Angled Light

Best Women's Stage Monologues of 2019 (Smith and Kraus, NY)

In this monologue, a woman long estranged from her mother leaves a voicemail message hoping they can reconnect.

Marty Mason in Angled Light directed by Brian Moore-Ward, Performing Fusion Theatre

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