Plays

THE EVIDENCE OF THINGS NOT SEEN 

Staged reading at Hartford Stage, October 2013

THE BOURGEOIS PIG
Commissioned by Muhlenberg College, produced in Fall 2012
The Blank Theatre Developmental Residency, Los Angeles, April 2012
Muhlenberg College Development Residency, October 2011
Bard College, Voices and Visions Retreat, Summer 2011
Minneapolis PlayLabs workshop, June 2009

RARE BIRD
Production: Pioneer Theatre Company, Utah, Spring 2012
Workshops: Bay Area Playwrights Festival, 2005
Provincetown Playhouse, 2005
Perishable Theatre, February 2005
Jonathan Larsen Lab at New York Theatre Workshop, 2003
Mabou Mines Residency Artists Project, 2001

TEACH
Minneapolis PlayLabs, March 2008
New York Theatre Workshop, Staged Reading, 2003
Dartmouth Residency, Summer 2005
Clubbed Thumb Workshop, Fall 2004
Bay Area Playwrights Festival, 2002
Public Theatre Workshop, June 2002

THE PROVOK’D WIFE
Re-wrote the prologue and the epilogue of this restoration comedy by John Van Brugh for Mark Wing-Davey’s American Repertory Theatre production, Cambridge, Fall, 2004

THOSE WHO CAN, DO
Brown Trinity Playwrights’ Summer 2005
Clubbed Thumb Theatre, NYC, June, 2004

THE ABLUTIONS OF BERNADETTE
Playground Theatre Company, San Francisco, CA

CLICK
A play for voices, commissioned and performed by the Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, March, 2000
Published in Intersection for the Arts CDRom

MONKEY IN THE MIDDLE
Winner of the Will Glickman Award
Nomination: National Theatre Critics Circle Award
Commissioned by NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts
The Women’s Project, NYC, March 2002
The Bay Area Playwrights Festival, San Francisco, 2000
The Eureka Theatre, SF, CA April, 2000 (staged reading)
New York University, Tisch School of the Arts.
Directed by Mark Wing-Davey. This workshop production of a new play which examined the intersection of Science and Social Obligations; Caryl Churchill mentored the project.

FIRE EATER: THE FAMINE PLAY
Received a 1997 Mabou Mines Development Award and has been nominated twice for the Susan Smith-Blackburn prize.
Production with a 6-week run at the Electric Lodge in Los Angeles.
Nominated for a LAMBDA Award.
Full production and four week run at the Tristan Bates Theatre in London. UK premiere. Directed by Mark Wing-Davey. June 1999
New York Stage and Film, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY, directed by Maria Mileaf, June 1998.
Daedalus Theatre Company, off-off Broadway, NYC, December 1999
Mills College Production, March 1998
Portland Stage Company, April 1997

TOPOGRAPHICAL EDEN: COMING OF AGE IN LAS VEGAS
Winner of the 1997 Jane Chambers Playwriting Award
The Magic Theatre, San Francisco, 1996/97
Women’s Project, May 1997 (Staged Reading) New York Theatre Workshop, December 1997 (Staged Reading) Published in International Theatre Forum

MEATLESS FRIDAY
The Women’s Project, 1993
New York University, March 1990
Ensemble Studio Theatre, 1990
Yale Cabaret 1987

INCREASE
La MaMa Experimental Theatre Company, NYC, 1990
Music by Charles Goldbeck

PATHOLOGICAL VENUS
Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYC, 1989
Lyceum Theatre, San Diego, 1988
The George Street Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ, 1987
Yale Cabaret, 1984 and 1987

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