November 14 - 30, 2014
Full Length Play
iTheatre Collaborative, Kax Stage, Herberger Theater
Breaking up is hard to do, and so is staying together, in this comedy about couples and their discontents. When Laura attempts to separate from her boyfriend, Percy, because the only feelings he seems to possess are “sports feelings”, their circle of friends must reassess their own relationships as well.
Do we lose our individuality in love or do we gain it? Are we doomed to reenact our parents’ less than inspiring domesticities, or can we break free of the past to set our own course of the heart? These and other profound questions are just barely touched upon, as we follow Laura&Percy, RobnKiki and JustinErica through the passions, conflicts, delusions and resolutions of their love disorders.
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August 12, 2017
full length play
San Diego, California
In this comedy/drama, Jesse, 25, is always trying to enlighten his family without success. After getting deathly ill while serving in the Peace Corp in West Africa, he confronts his mortality and becomes an immortalist, adopting an ultra-healthy lifestyle as a bridge to living forever. When he attempts to get his family to take this journey of super longevity with him, they react with their usual disinterest, distrust and stubbornness. But Jesse can’t let go. The more he pushes, the deeper they resist, until finally they explode, and he is forced to reckon with his own uniqueness.
How to Quit Writing
Herberger Theater, Kax Stage
In a workshop, a writer shares his most authentic, ambitious project yet.
Barking at Butterflies
Theatre Artists Studio
Marco and Bella, two Spanish Water Dogs, reflect on life, love and the pursuit of butterflies.
Endless Drive Through
August 5, 2016
Performed at RAAD Fest, San Diego, CA, 2016
A comic attempt at having a deep conversation with a bank teller.
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