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I write too!

I am an award-winning and published playwright. My plays focus on queerness, loneliness, family, and relationships. most plays.

If you're interested in putting on one of my plays, that's awesome! All plays except Rules for Coming Out... are unpublished, so feel free to reach out on the Contact tab.

Another Reason Not to Go

Gabby grew up with her mom, her step dad, and her step brothers in Colorado Springs. When she moves to New York, her family becomes religious, and eventually abusive to her mother. She moves her mom out. Her step brothers stop talking to her. Her step father dies. Years go by, she becomes engaged to a woman, and one day she receives an invitation to her younger step brother's wedding. 

She must decide whether or not to face her old life, and confront what she's been missing...needless to say, she goes.

Full length, unpublished

Developmental workshop being supported by Silver Lake Neighborhood Council at the Silver Lake Library June 2024.

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Scrambled Eggs

It is 1949, and Whitney feels isolated. James thinks Whitney is unwell. Doris is a is Maggie. Maggie is pregnant and anxious. Frank doesn't know how to help her. Richard has PTSD from the war and drinks too much. Helen doesn't know how to help him either. Doctor Walter Freeman II claims that he has a solution.

Full Length, unpublished.

Zoni Arizona Awards for Theatre Excellence Best New Script 2022

Semi-Finalist Screencraft Award 2023

Rules for Coming Out...

It is senior year of winter break 2015, and best friends Lauren and Liam are parked in cars roughly 13 miles from each other. Liam calls Lauren frantically because he has a crush on a boy, which is new. These two 17-year-olds frantically discuss sexuality, family, relationships, all while grappling with their own imperfect friendship.

One Act, Original Works Publishing

Finalist, Strawberry One Act Festival 2019

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Imagined Dialogs...

​Louisa spends her evenings pretending she isn’t all alone: imagining the conversations she should, could, and would have with the men in her life who are currently inaccessible.

One Act, Unpublished

Los Angeles Premier, April 21-22 Broadwater Studio

The Best Babysitter

​Corrine is a 17-year-old religious, hardworking girl living in 2010 Colorado Springs. Veronica used to be Corrine's babysitter, but is now a 27-year-old drug dealer. Corrine orders ritalin for studying and Veronica is the deliverer. It's an unexpected reunion that leads to plenty of discoveries. 

One Act, Unpublished

Performed virtually with Imaginarium Theatre Company in 2020

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Couzinz Club!!!

Three cousins who are probably too old to have to sleep in the Kids Room talk family, growing up, divorce, and booze in their grandma's attic. 

Ten Page, Unpublished

Created at the Hickory Playground Festival 2019

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