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SELECTED WORKS

 

HAVE YOU SEEN GARY FOSTER?

One Act. 1m, 1w

Gary Foster is a normal guy. He likes beer, listening to classic rock and roll, and lives with taxidermy. When Barb, a Korean-Missionary shows up on his doorstep to talk about his dead mother, things escalate to celestial proportions.

Upcoming Performance as part of The Actors Studio Drama School 2021 Repertory.

BIRDBRAIN

One Act, 2f
can be genderfluid

A bird sanctuary in Long Island is the home of Dove Wright, who takes care of her sick father. In this quarantine dramedy, both women re-evaluate the connections between physical and mental wellness in relation to being gay.

Upcoming Performance as part of New York Summerfest 2021

PATRIETTES

Full Length, 6w

Tau Epsilon Alpha Sorority is the center of a media frenzy due to a sexual assault case that makes waves on their university campus. One of the victims travels through time to the American Revolution era to educate themselves on women's rights. Inspired by true events.

Staged Reading on February 6th via Zoom by Actors Studio Drama School

LAST RESORT

Monologue

Patient Cobra seems like they have all they could ever want, being treated like royalty during their stay at a hotel. However, when their skin starts to shed, it opens psychological sores that they are forced to deal with.

Workshopped at Poets House NYC, with Winter Tangerine

NO BREXIT

Monologue

A voice joins together a transatlantic fetishized romance and politics in this two-page monologue that takes place in a bedroom. No Brexit features introspection comparative to Sarah Kane and Sylvia Plath as They smoke a cigarette.

Workshopped at Poets House NYC with Winter Tangerine

I WANT A DIVORCE

Non-Fiction Prose

This narrative follows an event hosted by a primarily racially-white fraternity, whose theme is "For Better or For Worse," where people drink to get married or divorced. A woman recounts going to this party instead of Chinese New Year, and her inner conflict of loving someone surrounded by privilege.

Published by Rigorous Literary Magazine 2019

DREAMS COME TRUE

Full Length. 7f, 6m, ensemble

Hildegard von Strauss is a female knight-in-shining-armor who must save the Kingdom of Wensleydale from the clutches of enemies-turned-friends but turned-enemies-again Kingdom of Marleux in this Medieval dramedy appropriate for audiences of all ages!

Premiered at The University of Texas at Austin's Shirley Bird Perry Ballroom in Fall 2017

RED HOT COLLEGIATE SUMMER

Full Length, 9f, 6m,
3 gender-fluid

Honoring the music of Taylor Swift's discography from Taylor Swift to 1989, is a jukebox musical that centers around a group of college campers who compete to win a scholarship. Could Camp Swift really be an oasis for romance like everyone originally thought?

Premiered at The University of Texas at Austin's SAC Blackbox Theatre in Spring 2016

'TIL DEATH DO US PART

Full-Length. 6f, 5m

We cordially invite you to attend the engagement party celebrating the love of Claire Hawthorne and Rudolph "Rudy" Prescott. As the dinner guests start dying, this partially-improved play ends in an audience interactive portion where they get to choose the ending/villain!

Premiered at The University of Austin's Shirley Bird Perry Ballroom in February 2016

HOW TO BE SUPER

5w, 3m,
ensemble
2 gender-fluid

Co-written with Sandy Lam and Sami Marcoux, this play takes place in the city of Brighton where Lighting and her friends (deemed not Super enough) must defeat evil when the more "popular" Syndicate fails to defeat a mutual enemy. Everyone learns how to harness the "Super" inside of them!

Performed at The University of Texas at Austin's SAC Blackbox Theatre in Spring 2015