I’m pleased to announce that my play Deliver: Letters to the Motherland from a Foreign Body has made the 2019 Kilroys Honorable Mention List. It’s a huge honor to be among the writers listed here and recently featured in the NY Times and American Theatre Magazine as well. Please click the link to read up on how this incredible resource of notable plays by women, trans and non-binary authors is curated.
Last month, I was invited to Narrowsburg to present at the Deep Water Literary Festival alongside other world-class writers interested in retelling Grimm’s Fairy Tales. I had an amazing time presenting excerpts from The Clark Doll as part of “Snow White and Black” a performance that looks at the classic tale through the lens of race.
#ICYMI in June, Liz Morgan returned to the cast of Argument Sessions to perform in a workshop production of an immersive devised theatre piece based on Shelby v. Holder.
Argument Sessions places audiences in the middle of our country’s most important legal battles. This ensemble-driven, transcript-meets-cabaret event weaves verbatim US Supreme Court argument transcripts and decisions with variety theatre, stripping away the austerity of the courtroom and inviting you to party with our judicial process.