Plays

COME TO LEAVE, as published in WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS: THE BEST PLAYS OF 1994. From The New York Times: "… that so many levels of thought can be conveyed in so few words testifies to great skill both actress and director." From theatermania.com: "…chanting the words “meaning” and “me” repeatedly–a game that goes some distance to thoughtfully connect the two."

http://www.nytimes.com/2000/08/08/theater/theater-review-women-lifting-lids-on-life-and-what-they-find.html

MY ROLE: director & writer.

PICKLING (world premiere) by Pultizer Prize winner, Suzan-Lori Parks. From The New York Times: "…a blinding moment of elation so unexpected it makes you want to yell and many people in the theater do." Produced by Lincoln Center Directors Lab with five invited remounts including at Joe’s Pub at The NYSF Public Theater.

http://www.nytimes.com/2000/08/08/theater/theater-review-women-lifting-lids-on-life-and-what-they-find.html

MY ROLE: director.

THE PRESIDENTS DAY SALE by Suzan-Lori Parks. Produced at Joe’s Pub and The New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater.

MY ROLE: director.

SQUARE ONE by Academy Award winner Steve Tesich. An international multi-media production. From EdinburghGuide.com: "… the digitally projected set creates an uneasy backdrop of perfection." MY ROLE: director.

LAY ME DOWN. A play with rock music (live 5 piece band) spanning 23 years from the '60s to the '80s, based on the story of Richard & Linda Thompson, produced at The Theatorium (original headquarters of NY Fringe Festival). From TheaterMania.com: “It raises the bar in terms of downtown theater… fluidly directed by Allison Eve Zell.”