10 min, 2w, drama
Sisters fight over who was hit, by whom, and, ultimately, whose reality they are in.
Double Shot Theatre Festival, dir Phoebe Keleman, 2009
15 min, 3m/1w (off), drama
Around the chopping block, brothers communicate and fail to communicate about their dying mother.
Festival Northwest, dir Marilyn Bennett, 2009
Last Frontier Theatre Conference reading, Play Slam Selection, 2008
Northwest Playwrights Alliance reading, 2008
10 min, 1m/2w, lyrical drama
Two women slipstream in a man's bedroom.
Double Shot Theatre Festival, dir Kristie Worthey, 2008
BIRDS AND TERDS
10 min, 1m/1w (off), monologue (mostly)
A man changes a diaper at night, when nonsense makes more sense than sense ever will.
Published in KNOCK #9, reading, 2008
SURVIVING THE HOBGOBLINS
15 min, 2m/1w, offstage voice, comedy
A couple watches the titular movie on their anniversary.
Charles Wright Academy Faculty Showcase, 2007
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Hanna Kregling, Alison Monda, Double Shot.
Photos by Bryanna Plog
10 min, 5w, absurd/----realism
A family of women pauses for tea as they flee fire.
14/48 Theatre Festival, dir Darian Lindle, 2010
10 min, 3m/1w, dramatic comedy
A man is treated to a round of golf after being laid off; his subsequent romantic encounter plays concurrently.
14/48 Theatre Festival, dir David Bennett, 2010
Betty Campbell, Betsy Schwartz, Becky Poole, Mik Kuhlman, Michelle Chiachiere, 14/48. Photos by Auston James.
Kaleb Hagan-Kerr, Andrew McMasters, Sylvie Davidson, Ashley Baggwell, 14/48. Photos by Auston James.
HAVE AND HAVE NOT (OR CORNUCOPIA)
10 min, 2m/1w, absurd
On the production and consumption and possession of bananas and potatoes and apples and people.
Jill Snyder-Marr, Dave Clapper, Ryan Spickard, 14/48.
Photos by Omar Willey
10 min, 1m/3w, surreal
Three women and a man in a box search for something to hold and find stars, sky, valley, each other, and nothing.
14/48 theater festival, dir Erik Van Beuzekom, 2012
Zoey Cane Belyea, Scott Nollette, Mik Kuhlman, Amy Hill, 14/48.
Photos by Omar Willey
10 min, 1m/1w, slipstream, song
A man attempts to coerce a woman to sing.
In response to Psalm 22: 14-18.
Commissioned by Spark and Echo Arts
Nick Nolte (bass), Emily Clare Zempel.
Photo by Charis J. Carmichael Braun
I am poured out like water,
and all my bones are out of joint.
My heart has turned to wax;
it has melted within me.
My mouth is dried up like a potsherd,
and my tongue sticks to the roof of my mouth;
you lay me in the dust of death.
Dogs surround me,
a pack of villains encircles me;
they pierce my hands and my feet.
All my bones are on display;
people stare and gloat over me.
They divide my clothes among them
and cast lots for my garment.
WAS IS WILL BE, MUSIC
15 min, 2m/1w, environmental
In a hotel room, one man has earned this happiness, another finishes, and a woman begins.
Arts Crush Kickoff at The Maxwell Hotel, 2010
Blood Ensemble, Theatre Puget Sound commission, and Northwest Playwrights Alliance
Mike Way, T'ai Hartley, Megan Jackson. Photos by Mike Hipple.