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“Bamboozled” opens at Central Works in Berkeley

I’m so excited to see this play come to life, directed by Gary Graves, and with Chelsea Bearce, Susan Jackson, Stacy Ross, and Jeunée Simon. In “Bamboozled,” Abby is a young appraiser touring with “Antiques Roadtrip.” She’s a black woman from L.A. traveling in the south—Shelby County, Tennessee. When she’s accused of defrauding a Daughter… Read More

“Believers” remounted in Istanbul

    My play “Believers,” an apocalyptic romantic comedy about rigid beliefs being softened by love, is receiving a second production in Istanbul. The adaptation is called “Aşk, İlaçlar ve Yan Etkileri-Forte” (Love, Drugs, and Side Effects). The steampunk design is fun, and reflective of a dystopian future that has disrupted and destroyed all progress.… Read More

Bamboozled to premiere at Central Works

I’m excited to announce that BAMBOOZLED is scheduled for a world premiere early next year in Berkeley, California. During the season announcement event, here’s what I said: Fact:  the US market for Confederate memorabilia is a billion-dollar business. I have always been fascinated by what we value, and what it costs us. That curiosity led… Read More

My NCTC Commission

I am tremendously proud and excited to have been commissioned by the New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) to write a new play for their 2020/21 Season! NCTC was instrumental in launching my San Francisco Bay Area playwriting career when Artistic Director Ed Decker commissioned Andrew Black and me to write a gay murder mystery. Andy… Read More