I WILL BUY EVERYTHING
Set in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, this play examines womanhood, patriarchy, class, and power through the eyes of seven young women coming of age at the start of The Great Recession of 2008.
5 M, 2 W
After thirty years of running a successful building company, Steven finds himself on the brink of retirement. As Steven and his wife prepare for a retirement party in their sprawling Southwestern home, Steven is visited by his daughter, son, and the memories of his father. A tale of power, love, loss, and growing up.
Co-produced by The Bushwick Starr and New Georges May 2015
I'M PRETTY FUCKED UP
Set in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this play looks at five teenager’s interlocking experiences on the day of a shooting at their public high school.
Produced by Clubbed Thumb Summerworks, NYC June 2014
SUPERLAB at Playwrights Horizons, NYC Feb. 2014
THE ONLY GIRL IN THE HOT TUB
On a still New Mexican morning, within the dim corridors of El Sangre Fitness, Swim and Racquet Club, the adolescent employees greet and check in their guests. Tenth-grader Annie soaks in the hot tub in her black bikini while Ray, who has just gotten out of jail on a DWI charge, keeps a friendly watch over her. And the lawyer and judge prepare for their workouts. This comedy-drama follows adults in power and the youth they are meant to look after. It ponders the implications of seemingly insignificant oversights by those in charge.
HE ATE QUIETLY INTO THE WALL
A woman wanders into her living room in the middle of the night to find an old friend of her husband’s asleep on the couch. They speak through the night about matters of consequence and matters of no importance. Interwoven with their conversation is the story of two eight-year-old children playing in a fort in the desert preparing for war.
THE LOCK AND DOOR
Set in a glass house in a small dusty town, this play depicts a couple uninspired by the constraints of monogamy and the intimacy and memory games they play on a double-date.