My plays have been produced regionally at Dallas Theater Center, San Diego Repertory, East Los Angeles Classic Theater, Portland Stage Company, Echo Theatre in Dallas, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Coterie Theatre in Kansas City, and Asolo Repertory Theater, among others. Plays and adaptations include The Red Animal, NYC Coyote Existential, My Hideous Progeny, Little Medea, Antigone Now, Mirandolina, Tales from the Jack Wood, A (ventriloquial) Christmas Carol, and The Sternheim Project. I’ve received commissions for new plays and adapations from Coterie Theatre, Metro Theater Company, Dallas Theater Center, Portland Stage Company and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
I’ve also worked extensively as a dramaturg. I served as Resident Dramaturg or Artistic Associate at Dallas Theater Center and, before that, at Portland Stage Company in Maine. At each theater, I co-founded and produced long-running annual festivals of new and experimental theater.
When I returned to New York City after many years away, I became fascinated with nature in the city, particularly urban wildlife. I launched a blog called Out Walking the Dog, which the New York Times called “poetic … part ecological journal, part personal meditation.” You can read the NY Times profile here: A Dog Walked Into a Blog.