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The Wolves by Sarah Delappe
Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte, 2019
This production explored self-actualization through community. In other words, we aren’t waiting to become who we are. We are, already. Our community helps us see that. Through the chaos and the strength and the tension, this play sparked hope for the chaos and strength of Generation Z.
The Merchant of Venice
Winthrop University, 2017
Love and revenge drive William Shakespeare's most suspenseful comedy, Merchant of Venice. This modern adaptation is set in a junkyard, the story told by a group of disenfranchised youth who finds this story of privilege and corrupt justice all too timely.
by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Produced by Three Bone Theatre, 2018
Winner of Creative Loafing's Critics Pick in Arts and Entertainment Best of Charlotte: Best Drama
A play about inheritance; the things we choose to inherit, try to avoid inheriting, or denying we’ve inherited, and the resulting consequences. This production focused on poetic realism.
Large Animal Games
by Steve Yockey
Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 2017
This production was conceptually inspired by cubist artwork, specifically Picasso's bullfight. Monologues incorporated physical theatre work, and Jimmy, the emcee of this play about desire, was gendered as non-binary conforming.
The Last Hour of Antigone
Camden People's Theatre, London, 2013
Playwright Raul Quiros Molina and I co-authored this new adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone. Set in modern times, the 50 seat blackbox theatre was transformed into Creon's wartime bunker.
Rapture, Blister, Burn
by Gina Gionfriddo
produced by Charlotte's Off Broadway
Warehouse PAC 2014
Upstage NODA 2015
Catherine chose the career. Gwen chose the family. Now in their 40s, they wonder if they've made the right choice. In this Feminist Freaky Friday, academic discourse is personified through women who wonder whether they really can have it all.
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche
by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood
Warehouse PAC 2016
Blumenthal Stage Door 2018
It’s 1956 and the ladies of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are having their annual quiche breakfast. When the sudden threat of a Communist atomic attack interrupts the prize-winning ceremony, these upstanding "widows" begin sharing their deepest secrets... and some not-so-shocking confessions.
By Amy Herzog
Three Bone Theatre 2015
Leo is on the move and his grandmother Vera in comfortable isolation. When he shows up on her doorstep in the middle of the night wrestling with grief from the recent death of a friend, he becomes her unlikely roommate. The two of them embark on a journey of understanding, healing, and an idealogical exploration of community.