I’m always in the process of creating new stories for the stage — dramatic, comedic, contemporary, and sometimes just plain weird. I try not to stick to any specific genre. Currently, two of my scripts have been performed in local theatres in Richmond, both as part of the Three-Penny Theatre Summer Season.
Written with Lisa Carter, Cassie Proffitt, and Tommy Proffitt.
Performed August 9 and 10, 2013
Ghosts is a series of one-acts, scenes and staged readings adapted from the music, short stories and poetry of Richmond artists Gene and Gayla Mills, Jim Noonan and Carlie Pendleton. The various stories explore the everyday ghosts that haunt us all—memory, history, family, and even art itself. More information can be found here.
The Rivah Home Companion
Written with Lisa Carter, with additional material by Ray Carver.
Performed August 15 and 16, 2014
A night of live music, comedy, and storytelling about Richmond, this sketch-based homage to A Prairie Home Companion highlights the strangest, funniest and most unique aspects of living in Central Virginia in both the past and present. A wacky comedy with uncomfortable truths about change, diversity, and class, but not one without its heart. The show was spotlighted in Style Weekly. More information can be found here.