September 2019, Denver • Climate Change Theatre Action gathers 50 short plays from all over the world to address Climate Change and inspire us all to reduce carbon emissions. This immersive show took advantage of Colorado's iconic landscape and staged these plays at Lair o' the Bear Open Space Park near Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
August 2019, Denver • Assistant Director/Stage Manager • This Bollywood Rom-Com told the story of an Indian dancer falling in love with a Coloradan marijuana dispensary owner. The show involved choreographed dances to change scenes and casting local refugees and immigrants.
May 2019, Denver • Staged reading of a short play. A Holocaust survivor relives the night she traveled by train to smuggle information to Switzerland for the Resistance.
April 2019, Denver • Director & Choreographer • A musical adaptation of the Shakespeare comedy. Produced and performed by engineering students at Colorado School of Mines.
September 2018, Denver • Dramatic Readings of "A Telephone Call" by Dorothy Parker & "Sorry, Wrong Number" by Lucille Fletcher. Being ghosted didn't start with texting, and these dramatic readings by female writers of the 1940s explore how even though our technology is completely different, some things never change. For more information, visit: https://www.bewildernesstheatre.com/telephone-readings Link for Photos Below
September 2017, London • In academia’s hallowed halls, five women debate millennial feminism when gunshots shatter the safety of their discourse. As tweets stream across the campus feed, the body count grows. And then the shooter enters the classroom. At the intersection of gun violence, sexual violence, and slacktivism, in a #yesallwomen world, what is the real cost of revolution? For More Information, Visit: https://www.bewildernesstheatre.com/good-friday Link For Photos Below
August 2017, Edinburgh Fringe • In this self-penned one man show, Heaven and Earth have collided, leaving both mortals and deities lost in chaos. The Archangel Gabriel is the only one who can tell the tale of how it all came to pass. Using lyrical language and embodying many characters, Gabriel reenacts how the Virgin Mary tried to save the Heavens from oblivion. For More Information, Visit: https://www.bewildernesstheatre.com/maria-ornata Link For Photos Below
April 2017, London • (Co-Directed with Daniela Atiencia) Claire is a little distracted. Her boyfriend Jake has invited his friend Bryce, who Claire hates, to their first Thanksgiving in a new city. She is so shaken up that her thoughts take on a body of their own. This workshop production of Emma Adler's play was done in collaboration between East 15 Acting School in London and The Harvard Advocate.
August 2016, London • In Robert Calvert's play set in the future, Eleanor Bryant has just bought a dress that adjusts colors to go along with her moods. However, when she checks how her husband will like the dress in her mirror that shows how others think of her, the image goes horribly wrong. Link for Photos Below
July 2016, London • Assistant Director (Directed by Brittany Geeta Johnson) • Rajiv Joseph's two-hander explores trust and lies as a meeting between an assistant principal and a student delves into what they are hiding under the surface. Link For Photos Below
June 2016, London • Assistant Director (Directed by Robin Sneller) • This version of William Wycherley's Restoration comedy was re-imagined in London in 1969. Link For Photos Below
March 2016, London • Assistant Director (Directed by Polly Heinkel) • In an adaptation of Othello set in 1953, Iago has been thrown into a cell and contemplates why he has manipulated those around him into ruin. Link For Photos Below
April 2015 • Four Chicago residents tell stories of what Home means to them, juxtaposing two stories of giving up the homes they always knew against two more about never being able to find one.
February 2015 • First segment of Whiskey Radio Hour Episode Eight. Two actors each portray three U.S. presidents (Abraham Lincoln, Richard Nixon, FDR, JFK, George H.W. Bush & George W. Bush) as they enjoy their day at Disneyland. Link For Photos Below
December 2012, Barcelona • Assistant Director (Directed by Maria Vera) • A play about the inner workings of a cabaret on La Avenida de Paral•lel in the early 1980s, and how it is affected by post-Franco Spanish government. Our independent production took on the challenge of combining the light-hearted cabaret numbers with surrealistic asides and moments of violent cruelty. Link For Photos Below
April 2012 • As part of a festival of pieces by student directors, I chose to direct three comedy shorts by Christopher Durang. Casting two women and one man for the six roles, I combined "Naomi In The Living Room," "Woman Stand-Up," and "Funeral Parlor" under the theme of people who make others uncomfortable.
October 2011 • Inspired by the comedy of miscommunication, I adapted and directed William Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well" to the style of the sitcom "Arrested Development." With the use of projections of cutaways and text, as well as a narrator, audiences experienced both the old and the new styles in a different light. Link For Photos Below
November 2010 • In this trilingual adaptation of artist Jean Cocteau's one-woman play, the challenge was to convey the crazed heartbreak of a woman talking to her ex-lover not only in English, but also in French and Spanish. Link For Photos Below
September 2010 • In David Lindsay-Abaire's play, Kimberly Levaco has the body of a woman of seventy, but she is actually a sixteen year-old girl with a condition that makes her age rapidly. This student production involved a minimal set that represented many different locales, molding the performance of some inexperienced actors, and transforming a twenty year-old through makeup and performance into a teenager trapped in an elderly woman's body. Link For Photos Below
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