QuaranStream Theatre Festival
My short play, Spoiled Milk, about a man waiting out a national quarantine at his boyfriend's family home, was selected for the QuaranStream Theatre Festival. Broadcast on Facebook Live on April 18th, 2020.
Spoiled Milk on the New Play Exchange.
Live, Laugh, Lie
I'm graduating from the Second City Training Center's Writing Program! The show is a compilation of sketches written by me and my classmates. It runs at Donny's Skybox theatre every Friday in May, 2019.
Compass Real Estate
After several months as an Agent Operations Assistant, I've been hired by Lauren Mitrick Wood and the Mitrick Group to act as their Marketing Director for their new group: Olive Well.
Click here to learn more about Olive Well!
Click here to read my essay in Argot Magazine, "No Gods, No Spirits, No Angels: The Religious Experience of Witnessing Angels in America as a Queer, Jewish Millennial."
Click here to read my latest article in Everything Sondheim about the legendary composer's upcoming project based on the Luis Buñuel films, The Exterminating Angel and The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie.
The Forge Series
NoMads Art Collective's monthly series showcases a visual, musical, and theatrical artist. The September 2018 Forge will feature a reading of my latest play, Miss Mimi Markowitz's Thorough Examination of Moments When Love Can Be a Bad Thing.
The MITTEN Lab
I was selected as one of four artists-in-residence at the 2018 MITTEN Lab in Bear Lake, MI. I will join fellow playwright Liz Morgan, and musical theater writing team Kit Yan and Melissa Li for the one-week intensive writing residency.
Read the announcement here.
Review: Bleecker Street at the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice
In its write-up of the 2018 Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice, the Chronogram calls Bleecker Street "a profound, embattled, tragic, dreamy, grief-stricken play."
Read the full review of the Festival here.
Chicago Horror Film Festival
At Sunrise, a feature film on which I was a producer, will have its first screening at the Chicago Horror Film Festival in De Kalb, IL in September, 2018.