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full-length plays

Loki’s Monstrous Children

  • Staged reading, Benchmark Theatre, Denver, Colorado, October 2019.

The Never Summer

  • Production, Feral Assembly, Denver, Colorado, August 2019.

  • Reading, Madlab Theatre. Columbus, Ohio, October 2018.

  • Reading, And Toto Too Theatre Company, May 2017.

  • Finalist: Clubbed Thumb’s 2016 Biennial Commission (for commission proposal and exploratory pages).

Coyote. Badger. Rattlesnake. (Co-written with Buntport Theater)

  • Production, Buntport Theater, Denver, Colorado, November-December 2018.

The Wave That Set the Fire

  • Production, MadLab Theatre, Columbus, Ohio, October 2018.

  • Production, Athena Project, Denver, Colorado, March 2017.

  • Finalist, 2014 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference.

  • Finalist, 2014 Global Age Project, Aurora Theatre, Berkeley.

  • Semifinalist, 2014 Seven Devils Theatre Conference.

  • Selection, 2014 Last Frontier Theatre Conference.

The Familiars (commissioned by the Edge Theatre)

  • Production, Edge Theatre, Lakewood, Colorado, December 2014.


  • Workshop production, On the Edge: a Festival of New Plays, Edge Theatre, Lakewood, November 2012.

  • Workshop of selected scenes, On Your Feet! at the Edge Theatre, Lakewood, April 2011.

  • Staged reading, Chameleon Stage, Denver, April 2009.

How We May Know Him (commissioned by Paragon Theatre Company)

  • Production, Paragon Theatre Company, April - May 2007.

  • Staged reading, Paragon, June 2006.

  • Winner, Best Original Play, Westword’s Best of Denver, 2008.

  • Nominee, Henry Award for Best New Play and Best Play of the Year, 2007.

Genius of Love

  • Filmed production in three episodes, Feral Assembly, February 2016.

  • Staged reading, Denver Center Theatre Company, May 2003.

  • Staged reading, Chameleon Stage, Denver, November 2002.

  • Staged reading of selected scenes, US West TheatreFest, Denver Center Theatre Company, June 2002.

The Night Season

  • Production, Feral Assembly, Denver, August - September 2014.

  • Staged readings: Paragon Theatre Company, Denver, March 2003; Chameleon Stage, Denver, October 1999.

  • Finalist, Rocky Mountain Theatre Association New Play Award, 2000.


The Axe Man

  • Production, Colorado Women Playwrights Festival, Industrial Arts Theatre, Denver, March-April 1998.

  • Staged reading, Chameleon Stage, Denver, October 1997.


short plays


“Home” (ten-minute)

  • Production, Otherworld Theater, Chicago, 2019.

  • Production, Madlab Theatre, Columbus, May 2019.

  • Production, The Navigators Theatre Company, New York, New York, January 2019.

  • Reading, Benchmark Theatre Company, Denver, Colorado, October  2018.

“Valeria: A Fugue in Four Acts” (four ten-minute plays, commissioned by Stratus Chamber Orchestra)

  • Production, Stratus Chamber Orchestra, November 2016 through March 2017.

“The Hundred Nails” (one-act)

  • Production, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, September-October 2000.


“Beauty is that Medusa’s Head” (ten-minute)

  • Production, Changing Scene, Denver, May-June 1997.

“What the Good Man Does is Always Right” (one-act)

  • Production, Colorado Women Playwrights Festival, Industrial Arts Theatre, Denver, January-February 1997.



  • “Minerva Black and the Killer Robot Army” (six-part web serial).  Premièred at the Bug Theatre, Denver, November 2018.

    • Winner, Best Acting Ensemble, IndieX Film Fest, Los Angeles, 2019.

    • Official Selection, NYC WebFest, New York, 2019.

    • Nominee, Best Original Concept Award, NYC WebFest, New York, 2019.

  • “Tearfully So” (short, adapted from a story by G. Wencel). Production completed December 2011.

  • "Here Come the Brides!" (feature). Premièred at the Bug Theatre, Denver, November 2005.

  • “The Gulon” (short). Premièred at the Bug Theatre, Denver, October 2004.


education/honors/professional affiliations

  • Finalist, 2014 Shakespeare’s Sister Fellowship, A Room of Her Own Foundation.

  • Dramatists Guild of America, 2008 to present.

  • Playwrights Unit, Denver Center Theatre Company, 2001 through 2003.

  • Bachelor of Arts, English Language and Literature (with honors), the University of Chicago, 1995.

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