Emery is happy living in her treehouse, communing with her plants. Her sister Hazel is miserable, working at the only diner in Millerville to support herself and her sister. Luanne is yearning for something, anything to bring meaning into her life. When Emery’s YouTube videos of her plant experiments accidentally start a cult—a CULT!—all three […]

The Last Wide Open

A Love Song in Three Movements Lina and Roberto’s lives intersect and parallel as three alternate realities unfold. The play renders the near hits and near misses that are the realities of this worn-out waitress and immigrant dishwasher as well as the mystical ways the universe conspires to bring us all together.

Which Way to the Stage

The years is 2015 and Jeff and Judy are right where they’re supposed to be: waiting outside the stage door of the Broadway musical If/Then hoping to meet their idol. But the conversation they have while they wait will change the course of their decades long friendship forever. A playful yet profound comedy about friendship, […]

Singles In Agriculture

Trying her luck at an annual dating convention for farmers, a South Carolina army widow who loves Modern Family and talks to her goats angles for romance with an Oklahoma fundamentalist. Over the course of an evening, as she tests his convictions and pries into his darkest secrets, both characters must confront the painful reasons […]

Quarter Rican

A young father in the playground, eleven-month-old baby in tow, engages another parent in the park in a conversation about neighborhoods, parenthood, and culture, processing some of his traumas and insecurities along the way as he tries to predict the factors that will shape his child’s Latinx identity. Meanwhile, his alter-ego, a swaggering hip hop […]

Shot: Caught A Soul

Kareem, a Black teen, waits for the bus, at night, in a suburban White neighborhood. He is approached by O’Donald, a White police officer. They struggle. A shot rings out. Kareem is dead. O’Donald says he feared for his life. The Police Union’s representative defends the shooting as self-defense. Kareem’s Aunt Janice protests her nephew’s […]


In the year 2050, Latinx people have been assimilated into the (white) majority of the United States, but race issues are far from resolved. In this tricky political environment, Andres Salazar is running for office and must decide whether losing some of his own identity is worth the potential social benefits. When a mysterious stranger […]


The script is available in manuscript form now, while the final Acting Edition is being prepared. After a personal tragedy, Jonathan has withdrawn from the world, with little social life beyond the men he meets online. When charming, flighty Claire moves into the apartment upstairs, she tries to coax him out of his shell. They […]

Morning After Grace

Hilarious and heart-warming, this unconventional new comedy tackles love, loss, and coming to terms with growing old. After hooking up at a funeral, Angus and Abigail find themselves waking up the next morning wrapped in sheets on Angus’ sofa. Strangers just the day before, Abigail thinks she may finally be ready to take another chance […]

Mr. Parker

At 54 years old, Terry Parker finds himself at a crossroads in his life. After the loss of his partner of 30 years, he finds himself suddenly single and unable to adjust to a world that has moved on without him. After a night of heavy drinking, he wakes up with a 28-year-old bartender-slash-Uber-driver. These […]