Nice to meet you!
I’ve been immersed in theater my entire life. I began by writing and performing terrible (but adorable) sketch comedy at age 7. As I got older, my writing was still terrible, and I was no longer adorable. But life goes on, and although I will never regain those fleeting adorable years, my writing is no longer terrible. And this is the woman you see before you.
I’ve had numerous plays produced across the country. I like to write absurdist comedy-dramas (sometimes in verse). Which means, really, I like to write strange plays that are both funny and sad, sometimes pretentiously in poetry. I also co-founded a murder mystery theater company, The Clue Collective.
I love the collaboration of play-making—I never feel alone in a theater, literally or figuratively. My background of acting, directing, and designing has given me an enormous appreciation of what goes into a show. I love to give actors a play worth performing, directors a play worth directing, and designers a play worth designing.