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A trophy wife, an ambitious real estate broker, an overseas domestic worker, a college student with Disney theme park aspirations, a wealthy young revolutionary. THE SAND CASTLE utilizes the framework of Chekhov’s THE CHERRY ORCHARD to explore the 2008 housing and financial crisis, interrogating the deficits of the American Dream.

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  • Semifinalist, Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, 2022

  • Semifinalist, The Civilians' R&D Group, 2020

  • Workshop, Playhouse Creatures, 2020

When Gloria, a middle school health teacher, gets fired after teaching her students about masturbation, she doesn’t know what to do. Until she realizes that the adults around her are nearly as clueless as the kids: there’s Karen, the head of the PTA, newly recruited into the mysterious hulking throes of menopause; Maxine, a math teacher whose partner can’t keep up with her Hummer limo sex drive; and Sharon, a mom with a yoga obsession whose Down-There Parts are lately as dry as her favorite white wine. Understandably, they have questions. And honestly...don’t you?

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  • Semifinalist, Princess Grace Playwriting Award, 2021

  • Reading, Urban Stages, 2020

  • Semifinalist, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, 2020 & 2021

  • Shortlist, The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep, 2020

  • Reading, Ladyfest at The Tank, 2019

Romance blooms, ideologies clash, and community forms at a karate dojo in a small U.S. city as five strangers grapple with how to stay safe in an unsafe world.

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  • World Premiere production, Vermont Stage (upcoming 2024)

  • Recipient of a 2023 Creation Grant from the Vermont Arts Council / National Endowment for the Arts

  • Semifinalist, Premiere Play Festival (2023)

  • Semifinalist, Ashland New Plays Festival (2023)

  • Semifinalist, Blue Ink Playwriting Award (2023)

  • Semifinalist, O'Neill National Playwrights Conference (2023)

In 1924 Virginia, a dirt-poor young woman named Carrie Buck is brought to a mysterious medical facility. No one will tell her why she’s here, or where her two-month-old daughter is. The Doctor in charge is a charming progressive, a student of the new science of heredity and genes. In Carrie, he finds the missing link his entire movement has been searching for, placing her at the center of an unbelievable chain of events that will lead all the way to the Supreme Court. Based on true events, The Colony asks the question: how does our society, past and present, regulate the bodies of women deemed "undesirable"?

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  • World premiere production, Good Luck Macbeth Theater Company, August-September 2021

  • Winner, Columbia@Roundabout New Play Reading Series, 2019

  • Selected, 21st Century Voices: New Play Festival, American Stage, 2019

  • Nominated, The Mentor Project, Cherry Lane Theater

Within the confines of an Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn, a new generation of women is pushing the boundaries. Esther grew up in a loving and religious family, but she is seventeen now and can feel a larger world outside her own. Will her questioning take her too far to come home?

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  • Winner, Kernodle New Play Award, 2021

  • Finalist, Theatre503 International Playwriting Award, 2020

  • Workshop, Lance Hewett New Play Reading Series, 2020 (cancelled due to COVID-19)

  • Reading, Hartford Stage, 2018

  • Finalist, Jewish Playwriting Project, 2017

  • Semifinalist, Princess Grace Playwriting Award, 2016

Dawn and Shelby are teenaged twins struggling with popularity and body image. They long to connect with their lonely father, but lately he is only able to communicate through the food he cooks. When a mysterious new high school teacher comes into their lives, introducing them to a folktale about jealous sisters ending in bloody violence, reality and myth start to blur. 

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  • Semifinalist, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center National Playwrights Conference, 2018

  • Workshop, Columbia University MFA Playwriting Program, 2017


Two teenagers hide out in a living room, playing a dangerous game with a hammer and a doll. Two strangers meet at an abandoned convenience store, uncertain if they can trust each other. All the while, the bombs are getting louder as the country hunts down its children.

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  • Workshop, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 2017

  • Workshop, Columbia University MFA Playwriting Program, 2016