I was a finalist for the Core Apprentice Program at the Playwright’s Center this year, with my play EVERYBODY’S DEAD: A COMEDY! Looking forward to applying to work with them again soon. Being originally from MN I am so into the idea of working with PWC!
So excited to share that my play A SHORT LIFE OF TROUBLE: A PLAY WITH APPALACHIAN FOLK MUSIC will be premeiring this summer with Everyday Inferno Theatre, directed by Katie Pedro.
More information about the production is forthcoming, but in the meantime, check out this awesome audition notice in Playbill! Send your actor/singer/banjo or fiddle or appalachian dulcimer-player friends to audition and hang out and make art with me!
My play TOMORROW GAME won the Kennedy Center’s Harold and Mimi Steinberg National Student Playwriting Award, which comes with a big cash prize, option to publish, and the invitation to attend this weeks Student Playwriting Festival–which I did!
And I’m so happy to have met so many wonderful playwrights, directors, and dramaturgs, as well as the many incredibly talented and smart guest artists that came in to work with us on our plays and talk to us about art.
I’m also thrilled to share this video of the 10-minute excerpt of my play that was featured on the Millennium Stage! Check it out (minute 46 is me)!