On the same day that Tari buries her mother, the Ranger shows up to deliver a telegram from the Lost Persons Area:The wind carries her. Her mother is lost. How long they’ve been apart.Tari's real mother is awaiting her arrival. But will she meet this woman who claims to have given birth to her? And what is she supposed to do with this shovel now that her mother is in the ground?
This production is a part of the 2010 MFA Playwrights New Works - four plays written by the 1st and 2nd year MFA playwrights at Mason Gross School of the Arts. LOST PERSONS is presented on the same bill as Peter Handy's RED FLAGS.
GAME OVER to have world premiere in Los Angeles!
March 8, 2010
GAME OVER, a new play that I began last semester at Rutgers, will receive a world premiere production through From The Ground Up Theatre Company in Los Angeles with performances taking place at the Lyric Hyperion Theatre Cafe in Silver Lake (Los Angeles, CA). I'm SUPER JAZZED. More information to come... www.fromthegrounduptheatre.org
KIDS 'R US @ Dark Luna/Mile Square Evening of Yuletide Shorts
December 20, 2009
KIDS 'R US was presented on December 18th and 19th as part of Dark Luna & Mile Square Theatre Company's Evening of Yuletide Shorts. It was a blizzardy evening, but many wonderful people came out to see some fine, fun plays performed by a wonderful group of very talented actors.
Here's the official blurb: Dark Luna Productions and Mile Square Theatre cordially invite you to attend an evening of staged readings featuring the writing talent of: Joseph Gallo, Josh Levine, Lia Romeo, Wesley Broulik, William Burton Henline and featuring the acting talent of: Arie Rossen, Christopher Halladay, Maria-Itzel Siegrist, Michelle Seaton, Siouxsie Suarez, Wesley Broulik and more.
Rutger's MFA Playwriting Program; WHAT!
August 4, 2009
So, turns out, after all of my ups and downs with grad school, I will be starting in the Rutger's MFA Playwriting program in four weeks! Lee Blessing runs the program, and I had the pleasure of getting to know and work with him at the Sewanee Writers Conference in July. And as it turns out, they had an incoming student back out at the last minute, and they needed a replacement. I can't imagine what the next three years of my life are going to be like, but I know I'm going to make the most of it. New Jersey - here I come!