This past Sunday I woke up at the crack of dawn, shoved a bowl of oatmeal and peanut butter into my mouth and jumped on the train to go deep into Queens. My destination: Flushing Meadows, home of the Mets and the US Open, and two Worlds Fairs. It is also home of the Queens
50 World Premiere plays telling the entire History of Man’s Salvation from The Fall of Lucifer through and including Judgment Day. By far the biggest show I’ve ever worked on. I think everyone was excited and terrified to tackle something so ambitious. I mean, it’s the entire bible in one evening. I’ve seen it twice
I’m working on some cool projects for 2014. Starting in January, my fellow cohort Sherri Barber and Charise Greene will be producing an internal workshop of my play The Imaginary Association of Flight Attendants. Working off my 25 page script consisting of monologues and vignettes about female flight attendants, we’re exploring the script in a
I published at 2013 Year in Review for my theater company I cofounded: Mission to (dit)Mars. All I can say is HOLY SHIT WE DID A LOT. Read it here.