Wonderful Remix of Oz: 2014
A posh metropolitan spin on a cult-classic lands the Kansas born-and-bred Dorothy, a spunky orphan girl with a heart of gold and an artistic spirit—right smack in the middle of the big city, a place that’s “no place like home!”
She encounters a paranoid lioness in need of some serious Prozac, an emotionally damaged tin man with rage issues, & a starving artist scarecrow in search for his "Inspiration"
Only three things are certain: Dorothy didn’t pack an extra pair of commuting shoes, she’s sure-as-hell not paying $7 for an apple, and this ain’t your kid sister’s Dorothy story.
This take on Richard Greenberg’s, The Maderati promises to present characters you’ll love to hate. In this hilarious portrait of the artists who make up New York City, these artists take on the challenge of holding themselves and their audience up to the glass. What they find is certainly loaded with comic value, sometimes hitting dangerously close to home.
Revealing the ego-driven, image-conscious lives of nine Manhattan artists, spend a random Sunday with this off-balanced friend group as they sift through the conflicting gossip concerning Charlotte Ebbinger, an unpublished poet with a food fetish. Was her death a suicide? Was it a murder? Is she even dead?
Further Down The River: 2014
"Further Down The River" is a devised piece forged while living within the Wishi community of Le Selva. The piece is a combination of ghost stories told by the Shuar children and synthesizes those stories with the communities real life experiences. This transformation resulted in a ghost story/folk tale about the soul of a father who is trapped by a river and his constant struggle to communicate with his still living daughter in hopes to save her from the depression that is slowly consuming her in the form of "the black horse".."