La Princesa Reading this Sunday (April 26) at JACK

This Sunday, April 26, my new play, La Princesa will take the boards for the first time as a reading, directed by José Zayas, at Jack. The play is based on this historical life of Juana of Austria, a Spanish regent from the mid 16th century, who was also, secretly, the only woman Jesuit. Though her … Continue reading La Princesa Reading this Sunday (April 26) at JACK

Now in Actual Print

For those of you who are fans of tangibility, the written word, physical copies, material presence, and kicking it old school, The Boat in the Tiger Suit has finally reached its actual print form. No longer banished to the 1s and 0s of your Kindle, iPad, or Nook, you can now actually pick it up, open … Continue reading Now in Actual Print

“The Geography of Disappearing” out in Contemporary Theatre Review

  My article "The Geography of Disappearing: Meatyard, Butchertown, and Perspective in Naomi Iizuka's At the Vanishing Point" arrived hot-off-the-press last week, published by Contemporary Theatre Review (volume 24, issue 2). Abstract: Naomi Iizuka’s At the Vanishing Point weaves together physical and metaphysical landscapes to evince an understanding of Butchertown, a historic post-industrial neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky, through the … Continue reading “The Geography of Disappearing” out in Contemporary Theatre Review