When asked what principle qualities make a good dramatist, playwright David Hare replied without hesitation: “Good playwrights have a distinctive view of the world. It’s their world view. It’s how they see the world.” This is the mantra that steers me as artist and as instructor. If my first job is to ensure that students discover, value and cultivate that individual perspective, my second - and perhaps more important - job is to give them the tools to bring forth a work of art.
The Cry of the Reed
The Three of Cups
The Prophet’s Wife
US: Huntington Theater Company, Long Wharf Theater, The Lark Theater Company, Theater at Boston Court, Counter Productions, Open Stage Theater, Boston Playwrights’ Theater, Provincetown Theater Company, Stage Left Studios
Europe: Arcola Theater (London), Gate Theater (London), Theater Kozmos (Austria), Landestheater Tubingen (Germany).
The John Gassner Memorial Award, The Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award; Fellow with the Huntington Theatre Company from 2003 to 2005. Winner of the 2001 New Century Writer Award for Race Point.
The Lark Play Development Center, The Huntington Theater Company, Boston Playwrights' Theater, Provincetown Theater Company, Cape Cod Writers' Center.
M.F.A., Playwriting, Boston University
B.A., Creative Writing, University of Kansas