A dark comedy about male privilege, hate, and the internet.
The dudes at SensitiveBros.com create instant think pieces about masculinity in the contemporary world. But when one of their pieces inspires the Mens Rights Movement, this new breed of bro is forced to look at themselves and what they've built.
A sea turtle waddles into a suburban family's life and throws them into existential crisis. A play about politics, ancient pilgrims of the sea, and whether we've forgotten how to listen to one another.
Productions: Red Twist, New Theatre of Riga (Latvia)
Workshops: O'Neill Center's Baltic Workshop, American Theater Company,
In a cold and heartless throne room, an impotent king, a hunchback servant, and a girl without a tongue all try to survive an impending revolution. Violence, sex, and courtly language fill the pages of Reluctus.
Written on attachment at the National Theatre.
A play about how we grieve and the mysteries sitting just out of our reach.
Inexplicable forces pull an aging widower and millennial blogger into the woods of Washington, D.C., where these lonely souls encounter a world teeming with wonder.
Workshops: The Orchard Project, Carlotta Festival of New Plays, Yale University. Director: Lileana Blain-Cruz
A play about the national wounds we refuse to heal.
Told in the style of a 19th century melodrama, this gender-bending play pokes at the wartime rhetoric of America. Set at the close of the Civil War, a mysterious young nurse shows up on a family's doorstep bearing a bloodied letter.
Workshops: The Playwrights Center, Hughes Festival Yale School of Drama
A kitchen sink American drama without the kitchen sink. Told in an unconventional manner.
Productions: Axial Theater, Pleasantville, NY. St, Clements, New York City. Director: Josh Hecht