2019  News   & Calendar

  • September 12 - a reading of Ghost Mommy by Judith Estrine at The Tank

       Ghost Mommy takes place in Brooklyn in the 1970s. Secrets and traumatic memories of

       experiences long past surface when June, her politically radical mother Poppy, her lover

       Betsy, and the ghost of Betsy’s mother, struggle with June’s overarching desire to have a baby.

        The shes spans space, time, the womb, and the grave as five [related?] women experience all of          each other’s ages, regrets, and longings simultaneously. I'm thrilled to collaborate again with 

        fellow Brooklyn College alum Tara Elliott.

       New York Shakespeare Exchange explores a selection of speeches by Black activists and       

       politicians across centuries of American history, alternating with some of Shakespeare's greatest

       speeches that use persuasive language in similar ways.

2018 News   & Calendar

  • August 18-August 31 - Tongue Depressor by Jerry Lieblich during The Weasel Festival at The Public Theater and The Donald Buchwald Theater 

        Inspired by the work of Martin Ramirez, Tongue Depressor plays at The Public Theater and at 

        The Donald Buchwald Theater at the Brooklyn Center for the Arts. Directed by fellow Brooklyn

        College Alum, Tara Elliott. 

 

      Join me for a Pipeline Theatre Company's Week of Extraordinary Risk series. Bundle of Sticks is           director by Christopher Burris. 

       Thrilled to make my regional theater debut in this class play about the lives of Helen Keller and

       Anne Sullivan. Directed by Daniel Haley, The Miracle Worker features Golden Globe nominee

       John James. Click here to read the full announcement.

  • February 28 - Reading: Princess Clara of Loisaida at Teatro Latea

        As a lover of Hispanic culture and history, I'm excited to join this reading at Teatro Latea.     

        Kicking off their new reading series, this play is directed by fellow Brooklyn College Alum

        Tara Elliot, written by Matt Barbot.

  • February 23 - Reading: The Alternate Possibilities of Our Past and Future History with Particular Regard to Identification of the Eastern Puma and the Core of Discovery at The Tank

        Excited to working with fellow Brooklyn College Alum, director Christina Roussos on this new

        play. Written by Amy Gijsbers Van Wick. 

2017    News   & Calendar

       Thrilled to make my Off-Off Broadway Debut in this new play written by Steve 

       Kaliski, directed by Elizabeth Ostler. Click here to read the full announcement.

       What a treat to debut at Dixon Place in an thought-provoking new play by Zachary

       Small, directed by Alex Hare.

       New Plays is a play development series devoted to the work of the Theater for

       Young Audiences (TYA) playwright and the play while also providing NYU students 

       the opportunity to study and experience the process first hand. 

  • June 13 - Reading: The Prop Master at Theater for a New City

       Directed by Kristofer Kauff, this new play explores the complicated relationships

       that happen behind the scenes of a theater. Written by Rob Gruen. 

       New Plays is a play development series devoted to the work of the Theater for

       Young Audiences (TYA) playwright and the play while also providing NYU students 

       the opportunity to study and experience the process first hand.