I’m a writer and director for stage and screen. In my work, I experiment with adventurous theatricality to explore politics, feminism, vulnerability, American culture, rage, and, above all, hope.
I try to unpack in the same breath how societies are capable of such destruction, while individuals are fundamentally good. A dramaturg friend describes my work as, “People are bad; persons are beautiful.”
I’m inspired by plays that transcend traditional conventions of storytelling, and practice a bold relentlessness in style and use of setting.
I have a BFA in Theatre Directing from the University of Michigan
(Go Blue), and a MFA in Playwriting from Columbia University.
I’ve worked as an assistant director off-Broadway and as a freelance teaching artist. I also co-host a podcast, Feminist Popcorn, that celebrates films about women.
“I want to see the whole world,
and I want to write down everything.”
– Harriet the Spy