Other written work includes Theaterspeak, a blog for and about theater artists, as well as articles and short essays that use interview and humor to look at subjects such as the local politics of a small town, the art of being positive in a big city and one audience's response to male exotic dancing. Additionally, I created and produced WRITE OUT FRONT - a performative installation involving over 70 playwrights writing plays in the storefront window of the Drama Book Shop in Times Square to support my mission of supporting playwrights and playwriting as well as inspire and empower the creative in every individual believing that doing so creates a dynamic and engaged citizenry. More WOF coming later in 2013.
My plays are a way of exploring the ways in which we seek to connect or disconnect from one another within the context of the American Experience. Described as being darkly comic, disturbing and uncomfortably funny.