“Someone needs to pay close attention to this Baltimore-bred, Northwestern-trained playwright.” — Peter Marks, Washington Post
Most of the stories I’ve written during the last decade and a half have been told on a variety of stages. I like writing stories to be told on stages, often (but not always) by other people. And I like to be told that kind of story, too. For me, the theater is the primary place in which I investigate and interrogate both my own soul and the soul of the world. I think it works like that for a lot of people, too. I wish it worked like that for more of us.
Throughout my career, I’ve been lucky to have plays commissioned, produced, and developed by Active Cultures, Centerstage, dog & pony DC, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Forum Theatre, the Gulfshore Playhouse, HotCity Theatre, the Inkwell, the Intentional Theatre Group, Manhattan Theatre Works, the National New Play Network, Rorschach Theatre, the Source Theater Festival, the Taffety Punk Theatre Company, Theater Alliance, Theater J, TP & Co, and The Welders, among others. No other part of my creative output has meant more to me over the years.
I am incredibly grateful.