Wonder of Our Stage, Players Centre, 2019
Photo by Lizz Kleinknecht,
Goddess Imagery Photography
The Aria of Julie d'Aubigny,
the cross-dressing, sword-fighting, opera singer,
wherein she seduces men and women alike,
wins numerous duels, must be twice pardoned by the King, and eventually finds true love.
Cast: 10-20 - Historical Biographical Drama
Julie d’Aubigny was born with a talent for singing, but she was raised as a duelist. She is used to solving her problems with violence, which has gotten her some unwanted notoriety. While gaining acclaim in the Paris Opera, she is also getting attention for her complicated love life: a friend abroad who is an on-again-off-again lover, a doe-eyed man who shares her bed, and a woman she longingly pines for. With a long list of past conquests both in fighting and in romance, Julie, sometimes, has a difficulty keeping the two separate. As her love life spins out of control, she begins to feel as if she is fighting the whole world at once. But if she can find someone who understands her, maybe she can finally have the love she has been searching for.
Semifinalist - O'Neill National Play Conference, 2021
Semifinalist - ASC's Shakespeare's New Contemporaries, 2021
Sleeping Beauty Isn't Going to Save You
Cast: 7 (6F, 1M) - Science Fiction, Fantasy Drama
While scavenging for old world technology that can be used to buy their way into the supposedly Utopian fortress, known only as the City, a group of women unearth a cryogenic chamber containing the sole living person from the pre-apocalyptic world. They believe her to be Sleeping Beauty, who has become a religious icon in their society, but when they accidentally bring her out of centuries of frozen slumber, she is not at all what they expect.
Wonder of Our Stage
Cast: 5 (1F, 3M, 1A) - Historical Science Fiction Drama
Queen Elizabeth I commissions the notorious necromancer John Dee to play matchmaker in order to find her a very particular suitor. But when John Dee presents her with an Automaton, a man made completely out of wood, the Queen laughs in his face and leaves the newly made creation unable to fulfill his purpose. Unsure what to do, the Automaton stumbles into the theatre, almost literally. As he gains popularity upon the stage, tensions arise with his creator, and he sets out to forge his own destiny.
Winner - Players' New Play Festival, 2018
Joan Faustus, All But Dissertation
The Power Prism of Pandora Paragon
This is and is not Cressid