WRITE THEIR WRONGS
(Drama, 10 Minute, 3f 1m)
Winner, #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence
Staged readings in over 60 locations including the Lincoln Center, Goodman Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Orlando Rep
After surviving a school shooting, four young writers get together to write a piece that will impact the world.
STAND. UP. HIT!
(Drama, 60 minutes, 7f 6m)
Winner, the Blank Theatre's 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival
A self-defense class and the mantras they share helps guide a young woman through the questions faced when trying to discern when an unwanted contact crosses the line and deserves a response.
(Drama, 10 Minute, 2f)
Winner, Our Rising Voices
2nd Place, Nuevas Voces at NEIU
Finalist, #Enough Plays to End Gun Violence.
A babysitter and child share a conversation about lockdown drills.
COMMITMENT ISSUES: A MUSICAL
(Comedy, one-act, 3f 5+ any gender)
Special Award in Innovation in One Act Playwriting: KCACTF Region IV
Available through Next Stage Press
This one-act musical comedy follows three senior high school girls as they navigate the stress of the college admissions process in different ways, facing pressure on social media, the feeling of falling behind your friends, and fear of failing to measure up to your own expectations.
HOW TO WRITE A MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL
(Comedic Musical, One Act, 3f 1m 2+ any gender)
Semifinalist, the Blank's 28th Annual Young Playwrights Festival; produced at Stevenson High School
Writer Adwin struggles to write a musical, wondering if everyone in her life was right to say she would fail.
MORE THAN 21
(Drama, <10 Minute, 21f and expandable ensemble)
Finalist, The Light Youth Festival; produced at Stevenson High School
21 women come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against a powerful man.
(Drama, One Act, 3f 1m)
1st Place in Drama, UW Whitewater Creative Writing Festival
Honorable Mention, Nuevas Voces
Finalist, Prism Theatre's Spotlight on Emerging Voices
Leah and her mother's relationship is filled with generational divides in values.