Full - length plays



The Irish Goodbye focuses on Katie, a successful retail executive living in New York, as she returns home to Minneapolis for her 20th high school reunion to finally confront a past she abruptly left and consider a surprising future.

The play was first developed at The Actor's Studio in New York as part of their Playwright/Director Unit. The play was then read as part of the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity's reading series where it was awarded the "Outstanding Playwriting" award. The Irish Goodbye was also named a 2019 O'Neill National Playwright's Conference semifinalist and an Austin Film Festival Second Rounder.


In the wake of a shocking event, the lives of a professional athlete and the newspapermen covering him are forever altered.

The Norse was developed at the Skeleton Rep’s salon series and read as part at The Actor’s Studio as part of their Playwright/Director Unit. The play was also a finalist for the DVRF/O’Henry Emerging Playwright Competition and a semifinalist for the 2017 O’Neill National Theater Conference.




Following the death of their mother, Ann and Coley struggle to return to their normal lives.

No Direction Home was produced by The New School of Drama and was later named a finalist for The New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest.