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Things That Sound like Hamlet and
Once More With Feeling

April 25 & 26th, 2014, as part of “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” with the San Francisco Neo-Futurists, Boxcar Theater, SF CA
{I’m not performing this week, but the cast will be be doing these short plays I wrote, in the ever-changing weekly show by the new SF branch of the Neo-Futurists ensemble; SF finally has our own “Too Much Light,” just like Chicago and NY! Get Tickets.}

Exactly 21 Different Dreamers’ Dreams In Just Under 10 Minutes
May 9-10, 2014, as part of “Third Biennial International 10 Minute Play Festival,” Flathead Valley Community College, Kalispell MT
{A whirlwind tour through 21 unconscious minds, with stops at your funeral where your mom is crying and your dad is making unexpected whoopie, your supermarket where the checkout girl might or might not remember you, and the basement of your apartment that isn’t quite exactly like your actual apartment but feels like it is your apartment. More info.}

What Google Thinks Is Possible
May 9-18, 2014, as part of “Women in Solodarity: Digital Love,” by All Terrain Theater at the Home Theater Festival, Berkeley CA
{My new monologue about people, kindness, and the secret intuitions that live in the search bar. Miyoko Sakatani will perform the piece in this program of short plays about technology, directed by Siobhan Marie Doherty. More info.}

Saturday Write Fever
May 10, 2014 at the Exit Theater Cafe, SF CA.
8:30pm, free.
{A monthly playmaking party I co-host with co-founder Stuart Bousel.  On the 2nd Saturday of the month, come write with us, act with us, or watch with us! I won’t be hosting this month– we’ll have special guest host Sam Bertken holding the fort while I’m in NY! It’s always a good time with good folks.  More info.}

"Totally Epic Odyssey" poster art commissioned by the SF Olympians Festival, from artist Brett Grunig,

“Totally Epic Odyssey” poster art commissioned by the SF Olympians Festival, from artist Brett Grunig,

Megan Cohen’s Totally Epic Odyssey
Ongoing performances 2013-2015 in private homes and public spaces; follow the development process of this “floating show” via my Twitter account.
First public reading was Nov 8 2013, as part of the SF Olympians Festival, SF CA
Stay tuned for the schedule of Spring/Summer 2014 pop-up performances around SF!
{I’m adapting and performing the journey of Odysseus as a one-woman adventure; it’s a multi-year durational project… it’s really a whole big thing, you guys.  Ooooh, oh you guys. More info.}

Centaur, or, The Horse’s Ass
Staged Reading November 6, 2014, as part of the SF Olympians Festival
{A postmodern vaudeville comedy for two hilarious women, who spend a fleet forty minutes taking turns being the butt of the joke. More info.}


Fashion Tale (iPad)
Do you like games?  I like games.  I loved being the writer behind this game, for the company 50 Cubes!  Follow the story of fashion designer Badalia Madison as she travels the globe in search of style, fame, fortune, and romance… and meet the fun characters I created, like a Czech antiques dealer obsessed with trash.  For more, check out the snazzy Fashion Tale trailer.

Helen Project Online
If you’re looking to wander in storyland for just a few minutes, visit the HELEN PROJECT: ONLINE EDITION, an interactive fiction experience related to the theatrical event I co-created with Amy Clare Tasker.


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