STAGE
THE FIRST EFF
Mark Taper Forum, New Works Festival, 1994.
Directed by Naomi Goldberg and the author.
Produced by Duende Arts, Maria Goyanes, director
May 2003, Providence, RI

Published in Monologues For Women; By Women
Heinemann Press

SYNOPSIS
An unconventional collection of dream narratives for the stage. An experiment in interspersing narrative, accordion music and domestic tea scenes.The piece was written for an ensemble of women who play all parts. They are also advised to wear black cardigan sweaters buttoned up the back —and anything else they want.

ROUTE OF WOLVES
A radio play for the stage.
BACA downtown, 1992.
Directed by Fritz Ertl.

SYNOPSIS
A deconstruction of myths, from Stith Thompson’s collection of folk motifs. Written for four characters and a foley artist. Designed with sound effects from radio, this journey through the woods, [‘dark and deep; shark and sleep’] is part radio drama part surreal fable.
The characters include Forest, the environment; Bootstraps, the protagonist; Mary, the antagonist, and a Chorus of wolves (foley artist) who creates the soundtrack.

CRUSHED TOMATOES
One -Act 3F, 2M
New Play Festival, Brown University, 1988.
Published by NuMuse, Brown University
Subsequently produced by Company One, Hartford, CT,
and Source Theater, Washington, DC

SYNOPSIS
A young teenage girl vies for the title, “Most Like the Virgin Mary” as the Cold War heats up and a sauce pot simmers with a secret. A coming-of-age play with the voices of the saints and the Everly Brothers as dance score.

RADIO
SCRIBBLING WOMEN
Radio play series
Public Media Foundation

Learn more here.

THREE RADIO PLAY ADAPTIONS
Afterward by Edith Wharton
A Jury of her Peers by Susan Glaspell
The Schoolmaster’s Progress by Caroline Kirkland

SWEET BETSEY
An original radio play, BBC Commission

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