Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding my work. Some of my plays can be found on-line at New Play Exchange. Otherwise, I would be happy to share them.
A full-length play with a running time of 85 minutes. Cast: 5 men and 2 women
A hedge fund manager goes rogue leaving the company in chaos and Maya tries to untangle the mess.
WorkForce is a dramedy that explores automation, rapid advances in technology and the future of work.
Table Reading, Faultline Theater Retreat, November 2019
Table Reading, Hosted at Z Space, January 2019
A full-length dramedy with a running time of 90 minutes. Cast: 3 men and 2 women
Sarah, an atmospheric scientist goes to Svalbard to continue her research and meets Torbjørn, a Norwegian businessman and Arthur, her old college boyfriend. The Arctic can be an unforgiving place and they all encounter more than they bargained for. A timely play about climate disruption, contemporary discourse, and poor personal choices.
2020 New American Voices Playwriting Festival Semi-Finalist, January 2020
Third Place Winner of the Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company Emerging Playwrights Contest, New York City, Sept 2019
Finalist for the Garry Marshall Theatre New Works Festival, Burbank, July 2019
Developmental Reading, Google Sustainability Team, Mountain View, April 2019 (click on to view)
Developmental Reading Presented by FaultLine Theater, San Francisco, December 2018
Created for The Arctic Circle Residency during the Summer Solstice Expedition, June 2018
A full-length drama with a running time of 90 minutes. Cast: 3 men and 4 women
In a religious dystopia where questioning dogma is forbidden, three women learn the power of friendship, love,
and the dangers of sacrifice.
Premiered with At Last Theatre at Fort Mason Center, Young Performer Theatre, San Francisco, April 2016.
Rik Lopes director with original music by Charlie Burke.
Five Honorable Mention Plays of 2016
"At Last Theatre presents this world premiere in a tight, tense ninety minutes with a cast that embodies with great skills the play’s
harsh contrasts – both shining and shadowy -- of what it means to be family and community." Eddie Reynolds
A full-length drama, with running time of 85 minutes. Cast: 3 men and 3 women
Present Tense is a play of five unrelated vignettes, tied together thematically. It is a drama, a theatrical poem about Middle America. It’s about our dilemmas, failed expectations, difficult choices, and unwillingness to live in the present.
Premiered with At Last Productions and The Playwright Center of San Francisco
at ACT Costume Shop, San Francisco, March 2015. Rik Lopes, director.
"Each takes place real-time for fifteen or so minutes, with the ‘present tense’ of each highly shadowed by histories of turbulent
relationships and events and foreshadowed by uncertain futures. In each, the tension is high, made so by revelations and
remembrances and by fears of what may or may not happen next." Eddie Reynolds
Heaven and Earth
Co-written with Jeff Mattlin
A full-length drama, with running time of 140 minutes. Cast: 9 men and 3 women
Heaven and Earth is a drama and science play that explores the Galileo Affair. Is truth handed down by authority or can it be determined objectively?
2018 Austin Film Festival Playwriting Competition, Second Round Finalist:
"I found some moments to cry, some moments to laugh, and some moments to feel enlightened, which I personally think makes for
a wonderful play."
An immersive drama with a running time of 25 min Cast: 2 men and 2 women
Eleanor Roosevelt navigates her roles of First Lady, wife, activist - and her fight to end lynching.
Reading at the 38th Annual William Inge Theater Festival, Independence, Kansas 2019.
One-act drama with a running time of 25 minutes Cast: 2 men, 1 woman, and 1 trans or non-gendered
A play about the detention of Dora Ratjen, a Nazi Olympic athlete and gold medal winner in the woman's high jump, who was later arrested for impersonating a man.
Reading Presented by The Road Theatre Company’s Annual Summer Playwrights Festival 9, North Hollywood, August 2018
Nominated for British Theatre Challenge, Blue Sky Theatre Company, London, 2018
Nominated for Segora One-Act Play Competition, St Andrè-sur-Sèvre, France 2018
Reading Presented by The Bechdel Group, New York City, September 2017
Reading Presented at the 36th Annual William Inge Theatre Festival in Independence, Kansas 2017
An immersive theatrical installation of four 3 minutes dramatic duologues that explore what makes a house, a home.
Cast: 4 men and 4 women
Premiered with At Last Theatre at the 2017, 0+ Festival in Kingston NY
Directed by Rik Lopes and produced at the Fred J. Johnston Museum with The Friends of Historic Kingston.
by Everett Mattlin, adapted from his book, Last Laughs: A Pocket Full of Wry for the Aging by Alan Olejniczak (2014)
One-act comedy with a running time of 24 minutes Cast: 3 men
Last Laughs has been re-worked into a comic reading. With humor, wit, and refreshing honesty, Everett Mattlin offers his reflections on the realities of aging.
Premiered with Theater West, Sun City West, Arizona, October 2014