2023 Bay Area Playwrights Festival semi-finalist
a two act multicultural revenge comedy
When does love for your partner's culture become fetishism? When are past hurts too old to atone for? When is this quintet going to see themselves as we see them? Flawed & striving for better.
2021 Bay Area Playwrights Festival semi-finalist
a two act dramedy (4m, 3w)
Wrongful incarceration is not just a prison problem. It shackles us all. But who gets exonerated and who serves a life sentence? Insprired by a true story...until Curtis gets free, no one will.
a two act tragicomedy (1m, 2w)
A quickfire examination of love vs. need, manhood vs. fatherhood, mass shootings vs. police brutality, and being Black vs. being blue as a Black Supercouple exhaust their powers.
Dramatist Guild Member
2023 4x Latiné Downtown selection
supported by The Miranda Family Fund
a musical one man show starring 3 Latiné men and 1 Latiné woman...yeah, we get the irony. And once they "get it" will these complicated artists or won't they follow through with this Puerto Rican play? A meta musical for our time.
2021 Florida Theatricals
New Musical Discovery Series winner
2018 Princess Grace Award finalist
2021 Samuel French
Off Off Broadway Play Festival finalist
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Bay Area Playwrights Festival
National Black Theatre I AM SOUL Fellowship
The O'Neill Center Playwrights Conference
Bronx Council For the Arts Playwright Award
Bronx Council For the Arts Screenwriter Award
Urbanworld Film Festival
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TEN - TWENTY MINUTE PLAYS
HOUSE OF A NEGRO. FUNNY...
(3 non gender specific actors)
Inspired by a legendary Black play, this commissioned ten positions three townhouse tenants together during the Covid pandemic.
(1m, 2 w)
When a well meaning white professor helps a Black student to succeed, the only way to win is to lose.
Will we ever be an antiracial society? Not if we're still expecting someone else to get us there.