A quick roundup of fun little projects I’ve worked on during spring/summer 2017 so far:
I created a set of very short theatre pieces all about HANDSHAKES (yes, really). This project was part of Laurel Snyder’s All Together Now at Threes Brewing in Brooklyn. Text was co-written by my frequent collaborator and all-around-great-guy Nick Lewis, and the handshake playlets were performed by Jordan Douglas Smith and Lim Mui.
I directed a funny and slightly ominous short play about Pinocchio’s possible adulthood: TALK, written by Matt Zambrano, was created for Amios’ April edition of Shotz. This was my third time creating new work for Shotz, and not my last, I’m sure.
I directed a reading of David Greig’s gorgeous short play EMPTY YOUR POCKETS as part of Potomac Theatre Project/NYC’s After Dark Series at Atlantic Stage 2. The play was originally commissioned through the Goethe-Institut’s international collaboration, the Plurality of Privacy Project in Five-Minute Plays (P3M5). I was delighted to direct Greig’s work, especially as part of this timely and relevant project.