Doublewide Rolling World Premiere


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The Welders

The Welders is a DC-based playwrights’ collective whose mission is to establish an evolving, alternative platform for play development and production.

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Walking The City of Silence And Stone

A 9-episode, walking podcast play that takes listeners to a haunted world that exists underneath the skin of Washington, DC.

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Into The Back Nine Of FANGS

We’ve just started our third weekend of performances for IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS. For those who still want to catch it, we’ve got 9 more shows before we close November 3. That includes a special Halloween performance on October 31, where audience will be encouraged to come in costume and stay for a


Good news, like bad news, comes in waves. I wish I could parse it out to help me get through the lean times, but whatchagonnado. My play SKIN AND THE NOVEMBER SKY will be presented as a staged reading at the National New Play Network’s annual showcase this December in San Diego. This means I

Roadtripping With Doorway

In the long, long ago, when I was still in grad school, I was considering what kind of play I wanted to create for my MFA thesis–the one time (and possibly only time) I would be creating a script with a guaranteed production. I knew I wanted to step outside the comfortable box of realism,

Stumbling Into Self-Dramaturgy

I hadn’t planned to self-dramaturg my entire collection of work. I certainly hadn’t planned for the process to deeply impact the way I think about my writing going forward. But this is what happens when you start experimenting with math. Read all about it at

Fangs At Flashpoint In The Fall

I can finally let this news drop. The Washington Rogues (and IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS) have been selected for a 2013/14 Mead Theatre Lab residency. The play will premiere at Flashpoint this October. To celebrate, here’s another of the teaser images I created for the show. Slightly less bloody than the last one,

I Take A Compliment Like I Take A Punch

That is to say I try to dodge them, then deflect them. And if one lands, I usually sputter incoherently before responding. So to everyone who’s been saying such lovely things about IN THE FOREST, SHE GREW FANGS, which was a finalist for this year’s O’Neill… And WE TIRESIAS, which was voted 2012’s Best Local