I had to put this project on hold late last year when I faced the scourge of the earth, bedbugs. Recently, I've picked it back up again, and I'm so excited to post more plays on it! The project will run until I've covered 365 plays, a full year of plays by playwrights who aren't white dudes.
I dramaturged Leegrid Stevens' play A Peregrine Falls. You can see it for free this Saturday at 8.
I have two pieces that I've dramaturged going up in Project Y's Women in Theater festival this June.
The Three Musketeers: 1941 is a new adaptation of Dumas' novel situated in Occupied Paris in 1941. It features some truly amazing Resistance fighters, all women, fighting the pernicious Inspector Richelieu as he tries to funnel Jews to Germany. Buy tickets here.
An Incomplete History of Motherhood is a devised piece trying to answer the question: why is it so hard to have a real conversation with your mother? Buy tickets for that here.
More is coming! But these are the things you can see soon.
April has been a busy month! A lot has been going on for me. I'm now:
In May, I'll be traveling a lot, so keep an eye on this blog for pictures and new projects!