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I Went to the Lighthouse (and It Wasn’t There), sound installation/performance
music by Christina Campanella, directed by Mallory Catlett, sound design by Jim Dawson
development: Harvestworks Residency, 2013; installation: The Red Door, 9/14

Macbeth & Hamlet Redux, 42-minute distillations of Shakespeare’s plays
in collaboration with director Dimitry Troyanovsky
commissioned by Asolo Rep, premiered at Asolo’s Cook Theater, October 2011 & October 2012
toured to Florida schools & cultural venues, including Miami-Dade Center for the Performing Arts,
reaching audiences of over 18,000

My Name Is Lucy Compass, a play
developed via workshops and readings by Crowded Fire and the Playwrights Foundation
directed by Octavio Solis, dramaturged by Nakissa Etemad, San Francisco, 2008

The Wonder-Seeker, a postcard play
premiere: The Empty Space, Seattle, 2006
published by Play: A Journal of Plays

Orpheus, a new musical
conceived by Kristin Marting, Juliet Chia & David Evans Morris
music by Nikos Brisco
premiere: HERE Arts Center, NYC, 2004, with Taylor Mac as Orpheus

Viper, a play
reading: New Dramatists, ’04
finalist: Playwrights Center 2-Headed Challenge Collaboration Commission, ’03
published excerpts: The Playwrights’ Center Monologues for Women, Heinemann, 2005
             Young Women’s Monologues for Contemporary Plays, 2, Meriwether Publishing, 2007

The Hotel Carter, a music-theater work
music by Jenny Giering, developed with director Joe Calarco
workshops: New Dramatists, 2001, 2000, 1999; Mabou Mines/Suite, P.S. 122, NYC, 1998
excerpts: Rattlestick Theater Concert Series, 2009; Nautilus Music-theater, Minneapolis, 2005
              Symphony Space (sung by Rebecca Luker), 2003; NAMT song-writers’ showcase, 2001
support: Frederic Loewe Award, Cameron Macintosh Foundation
finalist: New Harmony, 2002; Sundance, 2003

Far Sea Pharisee (a.k.a. Fish Fry), a music-theater work with shadow puppets
readings: New Dramatists, Voice & Vision, ’98; The Knitting Factory, 1997; the Public, 1995
support: NEA, NYSCA, Meet the Composer, Harvestworks, Artists Space, NYFA sponsored project

Questa, a play
premiere: Charas/El Bohio, NYC, 1991
readings: L.A. Theatreworks radio reading series, KCRW, 1991
support: Manhattan Community Arts Fund, Meet the Composer

Me No Choose None, inspired by The Wide Sargasso Sea
BACA Downtown New Territory Series, Brooklyn, 1989

Carnival of the Animals, new text to Saint Saëns’ orchestral work
Ojai Festival, 2000; The Hollywood Bowl, 1989 (performed by Katia & Marielle Labeque, soloists)