2019 Included in the Women’s Theatre Festival, Raleigh, NC
2018 Screencraft Stage Play Competition Quarter Finalist
2017 Showcase Production at Theatre East, NYC
2007 New York University Goldberg Playwriting Award Runner-up
2008 Nominated for the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award
2008 Kennedy Center ACTF Region II Festival Reading
2008 KCACTF Region II Certificate of Merit recipient
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Synopsis: Inspired by the true story of Dr. Walter Freeman a man who performed over 3,500 trans-orbital lobotomies in the United States, The Memory of Damage tracks the journey of one patient, Calvin Wayne, as he searches to find out why he was given the procedure that has left him without any ability to feel. In a parallel story, Dr. Freeman embarks on a cross-country mission to prove he was on the right side of history. The character of Calvin Wayne is a composite character created by the author and based on published accounts of numerous persons who underwent transorbital and prefrontal lobotomies.
The Memory of Damage
Selected for 2019 reading with Theatre East, NYC
Received a reading at SWAN Day, Washington, DC
2016 Source Festival Top 20 Finalist
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Jerry, an artist turned PR guy for B-CRU Oil, tries to make a good impression at his new job by offering a few solutions to a P.R, issue and a drilling problem. His solutions, however, cause an avocado farmer's death as well as a possible land grab against the Ute Indian tribe in Utah.
*As of Fall 2016, a Utah Congressman has introduced H.R. 5780/the Public Lands Initiative Act into the House of Representatives. If successful, this "land grab" will take 100,000 acres of oil rich land from the reservation of the Ute Tribe.
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"A refreshingly funny story." Trip Advisor