I’m beyond excited to share that my short film Curmudgeons is premiering at the TriBeCa Film Festival in one week. It’s already been accepted to a few other festivals around the world (that I’m not allowed to share just yet) but suffice it to say you’ll have plenty of opportunities to check it out.
Dodo photographed by Rose Callahan in Brooklyn on Oct 4, 2015
I’m thrilled to announce the formation of my new theater company, DODO. I’ve felt the need to begin something big and new for a while now, and I’m doing just that with some of my closest collaborators Megan Hill, Amy Staats and Meg Sturiano.
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We’re doing our first performance this evening. We’ve begun a series of “triptychs”- three pieces written and performed around a theme. In this case the theme is “rituals.” We’ll be performing a new triptych every few months so watch this space.
Long live DODO!
Very excited to be working with my dear old friends, Little Lord. If you don’t know their work, they make experimental junk theater around found texts.
I’m collaborating with them on a piece created around LEAR. That is, nonsense poet and artist Edward Lear, 1970’s TV impresario Norman Lear, and Shakespeare’s King Lear. All mushed up into one weird little “play”!
Whatever it turns out to be, it’ll be funny and weird and maybe moving as well. Details to follow!
Excited to announce that my short film Curmudgeons, starring David Margulies, Danny Devito, Lucy Devito, Sarah Nina Hayon and Kett Turton wraps tomorrow. It’s been an incredible experience working with these amazing artists and I can’t wait to share the results with the world.
This started as a short play in Ensemble Studio Theatre’s annual Marathon. If you would have told me a few years ago it would end up here, I would have said you were insane.
We’re editing quickly in the hopes to submit to Tribeca Film Fest and others. More to come on this!
I had a wonderful week developing my play Flight of the Dum Dums at Texas Tech University in glamorous Lubbock, Texas as part of the third annual Wild Winds Festival.
Throughout the week I did rewrites, talked to students, and rehearsed the play with student actors. It’s always such a luxury to get out of New York City and the play is in a really solid place now.
Special thanks to Michael Legg of Actors’ Theatre of Louisville and Kamarie Chapman of Western Washington University who acted as my director and dramaturg, respectively.
My new play, The Dum Dums, opens tonight in Baltimore in its official first “fully staged workshop.” Big thanks to the folks at Glass Mind Theatre for commissioning me.
Three female astronauts take off to explore a super-Earth when a programming error threatens their mission. Maybe it’s the reality TV or the White Castle cheeseburgers – but when the hallucinations start – we have to ask who, or what, is out there? –
See more at: http://www.glassmindtheatre.com/season/the-dum-dums/#sthash.2ysmX5yN.dpuf
I’m so proud and please to announce that my play Sprawl, produced by Washington Ensmeble Theatre, received a “recommends” by The Stranger and has extended. See this crazy play while you can, Seattle.