selected big plays 

Arrow of Time

In the near distant future, work is closer than family and we continue to never quite notice the true value of time. The years pass by, the secrets to their importance washed away by the immutable existence of entropy. By the time they’re old, what will the Arrow of Time reveal to Cheryl, Bob, and Paul?

The Exponential Festival, 2023 Audio Production
Official Selection, 2024 NYC Indie Theatre Film Festival
Audio Production of the Year, Young-Howze Theatre Journal
Sound Designer of the Year (Leonie Bell), Young-Howze Theatre Journal
Dramatic Performance of the Year (Ben Holbrook), Young-Howze Theatre Journal
Dramatic Performance of the Year Nominee (Susannah Perkins), Young-Howze Theatre Journal
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The Hub

In the midst of puberty, 12-year-old Marissa discovers The Hub, a chat room where a group of young losers and outcasts can do or be anything, and together escape the confines of reality. Under the alias Ami-chan, Marissa begins her first relationship with a sixteen year old gamer, but soon finds that even online, it’s hard to hide who she really is. As Marissa learns to grow up in this new digital frontier, she will begin to understand just how much control she has over her own existence.

Playhouse 22 Reading Series, dir. Genevieve Blaise
Semi-Finalist, Princess Grace Fellowship
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Extraordinary Machine

From the days of mailing lists and message boards to the now seamless world of iPhones and social media, Extraordinary Machine is an intimate three-act examination of computer programmer and activist Aaron Swartz’s relationship with technology, and how his story mirrors the arc, and ideals, of the Internet.

Ensemble Studio Theatre/Sloan Commission
Leap of Faith Session, Lucille Lortel Theatre
2022 Alpine Fellowship Theatre Prize, Final Shortlist

Nothing Remained But Voice And Bones

original art by Lisa Kramer

In second grade, Narcissus visits overweight Mel and informs her that she is cursed to search for perfection but to never find it. Unable to grapple with this truth, she spends a lifetime letting this curse define every relationship, even those between her past selves. Only Mel can find a way to break out of a cycle of self-hatred that keeps her from realizing what is truly beautiful about her body and her existence.

Clubbed Thumb Reading Series, dir. Jessi D. Hill
Theater Accident’s Hit & Run Series, dir. Jessi D. Hill
Semi-Finalist, New American Voices Playwriting Festival
Semi-Finalist, Normal Avenue NAP Series
Workshop Theater, Spring 2022 Intensive

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u are the dream

Didi and Dada are two early humans excited for the future, unaware of the progress and technology that is to come long after they stare at the moon. 30,000 years later, Fuu and Goten meet in an AOL chatroom on the cusp of adulthood, drawn to each other’s ability to imagine and pretend. A story about learning to once again love the possibility of potential.

Clubbed Thumb Commission
Pipeline Theatre’s PlayLab, Semi-Finalist
Workshop, Brick Aux, dir. Carl Holder

selected lil plays

An Instant Message

In the age of dial-up, a New Jersey teen saves up lunch money to buy a phone card to call her boyfriend in Kansas. Their first conversation might’ve gone like this. Or so she remembers.

A top 12 Finalist, Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival
Semi-Finalist, Clinical Trials, Pharmacy Theater
Originally developed with Clubbed Thumb, dir. Arpita Mukherjee

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Drexel University Playwriting Scholarship, 1st place

The Breeze From August
Buck’s County One Act Festival: Best Production
Buck’s County One Act Festival: Excellence in Writing


support + development
SoundLab, The Brick Theater
Early Career Writer’s Group, Clubbed Thumb
Road Theatre’s Under Construction 4 Writer’s Group

fun beautiful stuff
22/23 SohoRep Writer-Director Lab with Leonie Bell, Finalist
Clubbed Thumb, The Constitution Commission
Ars Nova PlayGroup, Semi-Finalist
Nominee, 2018 & 2019, Playwrights’ Center, CORE Apprentice
Nominee, New Jersey Governor’s School of the Arts, Writing

Theatre Unbound’s Bittersweet Monologue Book

Playwriting Workshop Instructor, Women’s Performance Workshop, The Strand Theatre