The Most Extravagant Gift

The Most Extravagant Gift is a short Christmas play I wrote about the birth of Jesus. It was produced by Trinity Grace Church Park Slope in 2015. Ideal for churches with robust children’s ministries. Check it out. Contact me if you’re looking for a great christmas play for your church’s Kids’ Program.

View from the Q

I directed this short one-act play by Sharifa Williams called “The View from the Q” for the Players Theatre‘s Short Play & Music Festival. But it had been a while since I’d directed theatre and I was a little nervous, but looking for something to do, when Sharifa Williams emailed me about potentially directing the play…

Netflix for Theaters: MoviePass

In this Gizmodo article we learn about a subscription program for movie theaters. Part of me is excited; part of me is nervous. Having worked in professional theater, I know what a boon subscription offers can be for stabilizing earned income. And in general, it’s been proven over and over again in my experience that what’s good…

My First Night At The Theatre Since…

I am at the theatre. My birthday present! It is my first night at the theatre since leaving my job as Associate General Manager at Pacific Theatre in Vancouver, Canada. Ryan is sitting beside me reading the program and just commented on the prolific nature of the man who is about to entertain us. I just witnessed…

Middle School Theatre

Say what you will, Elementary School Theatre is still theatre. Last night as hundreds of parents, grandparents, cousins and friends filed into the auditorium of a school in Pasadena, the tangible “excitement before the show” electricity was in the air. I know this feeling. It’s the energy that kept me going at Pacific Theatre when…

The Most Massive Woman Wins

Challenging, brutal, and hilarious. Four women of various shapes and sizes sit in the waiting room of a liposuction clinic exploring their perceptions of body image. I directed this fascinating one-act play by Madeleine George for the Directing Showcase at ORU in 2001. Photos forthcoming.