It's certainly been a minute since I dusted off this website and updated the world with my goings-on. Allow me to cut to the heart of the matter and offer a run-down of upcoming projects!
- On February 25th, my new ten-minute play, AWOL, will receive a workshop reading at Chicago Dramatists, along with six short plays by fellow MFA candidates.
- Girls Can Tell will receive a new workshop reading later this spring here at Northwestern University with special help from Lipstick Theatre. In November, the play will have its first full production at the Rochester Institute of Technology under the direction of David Munnell.
- I am the proud owner of the film rights to historian Rachel Hope Cleves' 2014 book, Charity & Sylvia: A Same-Sex Marriage in Early America, an intimate account of the relationship between two Vermont women in the early 19th Century whose love was recognized as a marriage by family and townsfolk alike. The screenplay for the film will serve as my graduate thesis, and we'll see what happens from there!
- In Real Life will officially premiere May 14th, 2017 at the Chicago Cultural Center. Friends are welcome to attend the screening of all five episodes, followed by a talk-back with me and the creative team. After that, the series will be available for streaming!
That's all the excitement for the present moment. Stay tuned for updates!