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One-Act Plays

First Date [25 mins]
We Can All Agree To Pretend This Never Happened [50 mins]
Safe Space [60 mins]
Lisa & David In The Hole [40 mins]

First Date

First Date

Is it queer love at first sight or another weird date at the Art Museum?

A gallery-inspired short play commissioned by the Philadelphia Museum of Art for Final Fridays 2018, directed by Shira Berger.

Lisa and David in the Hole

Lisa and David in the Hole

David has found the perfect birthday gift for Lisa: an abandoned root cellar where together they can build a survival shelter! Maybe Lisa wants to decorate it. Maybe Lisa wants to spend her lunch breaks in it. Maybe Lisa wants to move in forever.

A dark comedy about anxiety, obsession, and the threat of danger in Trump's America. Commissioned by Tiny Dynamite (2017).

We Can All Agree To Pretend This Never Happened

We Can All Agree To Pretend This Never Happened

Liz is cheating on Andrew with Lincoln, but that's not the secret she and Maya are hiding from the rest of the American scientists in their Siberian lab. The secret is very serious. The secret is ecoterrorism. The secret is in danger when a series of romantic misunderstandings take over the lives of the research team. A mischeivous one-act farce about fucking organisms in the fucking ice.

Ensemble Studio Theatre, 2015
Òran Mór (Glasgow), 2014
Tiny Dynamite/InterAct Theatre Company (Philly), 2014

SAFE SPACE

SAFE SPACE

Coastal cities are flooded. Philly is overrun with refugees. Disease breaks out in the camps, and the government gives the order: Shelter in place. Can you secure your home against the climate change apocalypse? SAFE SPACE!

Follow multiple intersecting stories through a South Philadelphia row-home in this immersive play about environmental science students and their live-action role-playing global warming game.

Created for the 2014 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival with Emily Acker and Douglas Williams, directed by Maura Krause.

City Paper Pick, "15 Must-See Fringe Shows"
Uwishunu Pick, "Fringe Festival Neighborhood Performances"
Philadelphia Magazine Pick, "Fringe Buzz"