You can now stream Summer on ChaiFlicks! Summer premiered in 2018 at the Big Apple Film Festival and the New York Jewish Film Festival (at Lincoln Center), and I play Devorah. It's available now on ChaiFlicks.com and can also still be streamed on Film Movement Plus.
Along with most of the other Pride Plays writers, I was invited to create a new piece for The 24 Hour Plays' Viral Monologues series! My new monologue, The Well of Miriam, performed by Jordan Kisner, streamed from June 30th through July 4th on The 24 Hour Plays' social media. You can still view it on my YouTube channel or IGTV.
My full-length play You Have To Promise was selected for Pride Plays 2020, produced by Doug Nevin and Michael Urie with festival direction by Nick Mayo! Due to COVID-19, it had an online invited reading, directed by Jenna Worsham. The cast included Taylor Richardson, Rebecca Jimenez, Cassie Beck, Quinn Copeland, and Johnathan Dougan, with stage manager Seth Betzler. Read more on Playbill.com!
I graduated from Ithaca College with a B.A. in Theatre Studies and a minor in Web Programming, Magna Cum Laude and with Distinction for Exemplary Service to the Department of Theatre Arts!
My full-length play Rye Bread was named a Semi-Finalist for Play-Makers Spokane's 2020 Women Are Funny Prize!
While the in-person, physical production of Rye Bread produced by Theatrists Theatrics at Ithaca College was cancelled due to coronavirus, you can see a Zoom reading of the play with the cast from that production on Thursday, April 2nd at 8pm EST! Click here to access the digital program.
I performed "Unruly Heart" from The Prom in KOTA Productions' Lyrics for Life Virtual Concert! You can watch the full cabaret now on YouTube; I appear in Act 3 (the Rising Talent section) at about 37 minutes in.
I was the stage manager for Ithaca College's BFA Performance Class of 2020 show at 54 Below, March 7 at 11:30 PM.
Excerpts from my full-length play You Have To Promise were performed at Actors' Rep's New Works Nite in West Palm Beach, FL, February 29.
Back in November 2019, my ten-minute play who's mom and who's mama was performed at New Wimbledon Theatre's Write About Now: WOMXN event. As part of their Write About Now events, the theatre records a podcast of the evening, which is now available on Stitcher! who's mom and who's mama is the first play in the recording.