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The Starkweather-South high school physics club first annual end-of-year lock-in or ghost party- by diana grisanti

Workshop Production, Youth Theatre Northwest - May 2019

A group of students gather for what they assume will be a night of low-key fun only to discover the power of friendship, trust, grief and dance parties

GHOSTS by Henrik Ibsen - Adapted by ERin Murray

World Premiere, Redtwist Theatre 

A fresh adaptation focused on the white feminism radiating from Ibsen's infamous work

WILDFIRE and the bird scouts bY Kristin idaszak

Workshop Reading, Youth Theatre Northwest

A group of birds caught in an extreme wildfire work together to avoid being devoured by a hawk to find their flock

Gorgeous by Keiko Green

Staged Reading, Theatre Battery

Featuring Mari Nelson and Corinne Magin

DUST by Danielle Mohlman

Fully Staged Workshop Production, Youth Theatre Northwest

A cast of 15 brings to life the explosive, movement generated story of a school shooting through the lens of Peter Pan.
Choreography by Jax The Lumberjack

You, Too by Grace McLeod

Staged Workshop Production, Greenhouse Theatre

Featuring Jacqueline Grandt and Abigail Boucher

IN THE KITCHEN:A night of New Work

 Education Production, Seattle Public Theatre Education Dept 

Seattle Public Theatre commissioned 5 Seattle playwrights to write five new 10-minute pieces for teens. Plays covered an array of themes from sexual identity to poverty to election trauma to bullying.

Mercy for Mickey – Benjamin Benne
A Parable – Julia Nardin

Soup for Shelter – Jesse Glick

The Big Cheese – Kelleen Conway Blanchard

Frites on the Mind – Seayoung Kim

Mary Page Marlowe by Tracy Letts

World Premiere, Steppenwolf Theatre Co. - Assistant Director

World premiere production directed by Anna D. Shapiro featuring Blair Brown, Carrie Coon, Laura T. Fisher, Caroline Heffernan, Annie Munch and Rebecca Spence all in the titular role over the course of 67 years; Ian Barford as Ray and Alan Wilder as Andy, along with Stephen Cefalu, Jr. as Ed Marlowe, Amanda Drinkall as Roberta Marlowe, Jack Edwards as Louis, Kirsten Fitzgerald as Shrink, Keith Gallagher as Ben, Sandra Marquez as Nurse, Madeline Weinstein as Wendy Gilbert, Tess Fraser as Lorna,
Ariana Venturi as Connie and Gary Wilmes as Dan. 

How To End Poverty In 90 Minutes with 199 People You May or May Not Know by Michael Rohd and ensemble

World Premiere, Northwestern University - Assistant Director

Working with an ensemble of 12 undergraduate actor/mediators and 3 dramaturgs, Michael Rohd spent 9 months researching and conversing with poverty experts to understand the cycle of poverty and how it could possibly be broken. The research culminated in a theatrical event where an audience of 200 voted on how to spend $1000 towards ending poverty in the Chicagoland area. The event has continue to tour the US working with local mediators, experts, and charities.

Pink Milk by Ariel Zetina

New York International Fringe Festival & Chicago Fringe Festival
WINNER Top 5 Best New Plays – New City Stage, Chicago

Executive Produced the world premiere of Pink Milk: a magical tragedy loosely based on the life of Alan Turing at
New York International Fringe Festival and Chicago Fringe Festival

THREE SISTERS adapted by Tracy Letts

World Premiere, Steppenwolf Theatre Co. - Assistant Director

World premiere production

Jobless Satisfaction by Aisling Bea & Brona C. Titley

World Premiere, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Female centered scripted comedy show which played for a month at The Underbelly

Das Ende by Duane Kelly

Staged Reading, Seattle Playwright's Circle

Development and workshop reading at Elliott Bay Book Company featuring G. Valmont Thomas.

Candy Store by Jenni Lamb

Northwestern University

Development and workshop readings at Northwestern University

STARVED by Jessy Lauren Smith

Northwestern University 

Workshop reading at Northwestern University

SLAINTE by Chad Eschman

World Premiere, White Elephant

Site responsive piece performed  in partnership with White Elephant for the Great Fire celebration.

Houseboat by Chad Eschman

World Premiere, Living Room Playmakers

Site response piece performed at a Chicago residence

Story of My Life

World Premiere, Buzz22 

Created with actors in 22 hours as part of an evening of devised pieces inspired by music.

Riotous Behaviour by Shannon Pritchard

Staged Reading, Northwestern University

Masterclash New Play Festival

The Goodbye Breakfast By Jessy Lauren Smith

Workshop Production, Northwestern University

Masterclash New Play Festival

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