NEWS & UPCOMING
and come apart at the Tank
Jul 20, 2021
My play and come apart will be headlining the Tank's DarkFest this year. The show, a nightmarish drama about assimilation performed in the dark, will run from July 30-August 7. It will be presented both virtually, and in person at the Tank's midtown space. For more information, visit the Tank's website.
Finalist for the O'Neill
Jul 1, 2021
My play Denial is one of the finalists for the 2021 Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference. To see the full list of finalists for both 2020 and 2021 click here.
Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival
May 4, 2021
My play Denial is one of the semi-finalists for the 2021 Bay Area Playwrights Festival. To see a press release with the full list of finalists and semi-finalists, click here.
Finalist for the Jewish Plays Project
April 15, 2020
My play there will come a time for vengeance is one of the finalists for the tenth annual Jewish Plays Project. You can watch an excerpt from the play at the Jewish Plays Project website (you can also vote for it if you're so inclined; this is a contest!). For more information, read the press release announcing the full list of finalists.
Semifinalist for the Blue Ink Playwriting Award
March 10, 2021
My play Denial was a Semifinalist for the Blue Ink Playwriting Award, awarded by the American Blues Theater. To read a full list of the honorees, click here.
Virtual Production of three sisters I never had
February 19, 2021
A play I wrote for streaming platforms, three sisters I never had, will be presented this February 20, 21, 27 & 28 in live performance, and then will be available on demand from March 1-7. For more info, click here.
How to Mourn the Dead at Montclair's NWI
January 24, 2020
My play How to Mourn the Dead was selected for Montclair University's New Works Initiative. The production, directed by Ilana Khanin, will run at Montclair from Feb. 20-23, 2020. For more info, click here.
Featured in American Theatre Magazine's Role Call
January 23, 2020
I was recently featured in American Theatre Magazine's January/February 2020 issue, in their Role Call series, which spotlights theatre workers across the country. To read the piece, click here. You can also find the piece in the print edition.
and come apart finalist for SPACE on Ryder Farm
May 7, 2019
and come apart was a finalist for a residency at SPACE on Ryder farm this year, with director Lila Rachel Becker and actor Marieta Carrero. Read the info on all the finalists here.