Playwriting Credits

Devised Work/Solo Performance Experience

Dirty Barbie and Other Girlhood Tales

—one woman show (written, directed and performed) Venues (names and cities) Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Scotland (2012) 59E59, East to Edinburgh Festival, New York City (2012) The Corner Store, Washington, DC (2012) Diana Wortham Theatre, Asheville, NC (2014) IX Arts Park, Charlottesville, VA (2017) Louisa Performing Arts Center, Louisa, VA (2014) Newcombe Theatre, University of Virginia (2015) Four County Players, Barboursville, VA (2014) Live Arts, Charlottesville, VA (benefit performance w/special 2nd act, June ’12) Lee Street Theatre, Salisbury, (2011 World premiere) Hamner Theater, Charlottesville, 2011 — VA premiere) Venue on 35th, Norfolk, VA (2011)

Produced Full-length Plays

The Sugar

  • Lee Street Theatre, Salisbury, NC (2014, world premiere)
  • premiere Live Arts, Charlottesville — (2014, Virginia premiere)

Interior Lines

  • Ensemble Theater of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN (2009)
  • Hedrick Theatre, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC (1996)
    • –Recipient of Peterson Emerging Playwright Award

The Hotel Welcome

  • Helms Theater, UVA, Charlottesville, VA (1998)

Green Shutters

  • Hedrick Theater, Catawba College

Produced One-Act Plays

“Saving Jamaica”
Helms Theatre, UVA, Charlottesville, VA (Recipient of the 2000 UVA Delauney Prize)

“Two Calls”

staged reading, Northwest Actor’s Studio, Seattle, Washington (1997)

Produced 10 min. Plays

“Gutsy Augusta”, Whole Theatre, 24/7 Festival (2016)

“Lazy Saturday Mornings” Late Night, Live Arts, Cville, VA (2014)

“Good News Pizza” Whole Theatre 24/7 Festival, Charlottesville, VA (2011)

“Depression Interrupted” Whole Theatre 24/7 Festival, Charlottesville, VA (2010)

“Crooked Teeth” Whole Theatre 24/7 Festival, Charlottesville, VA (2009)

”Madeline Gets Married” Offstage Theatre, Charlottesville, VA (2002)

“Madeline Takes a Cat” Offstage Theatre, Charlottesville, VA (2003)

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• Inducted into the Blue Masque Hall of Fame (October 2015)

Recognition by Catawba College for achievements in the field of theatre