“Some people say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. I say it’s the mouth of the home!” – Lil in The Party in the Kitchen
Beginning on an idyllic early fall day in September 2001, a group of friends gather, unsuspecting of the upheaval to follow. From business tycoon Guy and Ava’s tumultuous marriage, just-getting-started Danny and his pregnant wife Mary, and middle management Phil and Lily’s happy home, all will be changed by events already launched in faraway lands and the deals made in distant corporate headquarters. 4W/4/M, set is a kitchen in an upscale suburban home. Produced, Clockwise Theatre, 2015
An exploration of aging, beauty, death, mental illness, and the power of sisterhood. Six women gather one evening on the back porch of their family summer home. As the sun slowly sets, relationships and conflicts are revealed both through dialogue and different forms of stage combat. One Act. 6W. Reading, Clockwise Theatre, 2013
“Between everyone demanding that I know what I am going to do with my entire life right now, parents full of way-too-much loving, supportive and very irritating advice, friends with their own set of problems that somehow keep ending up in my in-box, I have to tell you, it’s not exactly easy being a teenager these days!”- Lizzie in Totally Okay, Right Now 6W, 2M Simple unit set
Reading, Clockwise Theatre
Featured play in New Jersey’s Equity children’s theatre Growing Stage Theatre New Play-Reading Series,
Honorable mention in the Julie Harris Play Competition for youth theatre, the Marilyn Hall Award
After a Wi-Fi glitch, four teenagers, Sean, Mary, Rudy, and Tiff, find themselves in the same place but a very different time. Awakening to a suburb with no electricity and everyone apparently gone, they discover they have been thrown 150 years into the future. Holing up in a Target, they encounter different groups of teenagers, some friendly, some not so much! As they seek answers, definitions of friendship, strength, and home will be tested. 5-6M/6-7W, plus extra fighters/stage combat participants.
How many thoughts can be processed in a few seconds? It turns out, more than you think. Just A Moment untangles the flood of perception which occurs in the sliver of time between one breath and the next.
Cindy is now an empty nester. And boy, is the nest quiet. So, she could shop too much, eat too much, watch too much TV, or bring home a new roommate who behaves very much like a four-legged friend…but has two legs. Yes, Buddy will make a mess. But Buddy will change Cindy’s world. Comedy, one act. 4W/3M. Reading, Skokie Theatre, 2017