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The Pride Show in SAN FRANCISCO
Featuring my plays
Let’s Find Out!
Everybody’s Got a Body
June 27th and 28th, 2014 with the San Francisco Neo-Futurists, Boxcar Theater, SF CA
{I’m one of 10 SF Neo-Futurists celebrating gay pride month with this special benefit performance in aid of outLoud Radio, a super-cool program for LGBTQ and ally youth. Come see the world premiere of “Pray/Tell,” my 30th Neo-Futurist play to hit SF stages! More Info.}

TAKE ME HOME: a One-woman Odyssey in SAN FRANCISCO
My solo show is up and running!
{More info.}
Salon San Carlos, Friday July 4th 8pm – Saturday July 12th, 8pm
Run time: 1 hour, plus a short “teaser” edition of PUSSY by Maura Halloran (Best Actress, United Solo Festival).
SOLD OUT but contact me for waitlist info.

Too Much Light in SAN FRANCISCO
Featuring my plays:
It’s Already in the Room
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
15 Words in 30 Seconds

July 4th and 5th, 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 onstage for this one, but the ensemble will be performing these scripts of mine in the ever-changing weekly show by the new SF branch of the Neo-Futurists ensemble; San Francisco finally has our own “Too Much Light,” just like Chicago and NY; we were recently voted Best Theater in the SF Weekly’s 2014 Readers’ Poll! Get Tickets.}

The cast of "The Helen Project" at DIVAfest, May 2013 (Photo: Amy Clare Tasker)

The cast of “The Helen Project” at DIVAfest, May 2013 (Photo: Amy Clare Tasker)

Helen Project in LONDON
July 11th, at the Lost Theatre’s Face to Face Festival, hour-long proscenium performance. Double awesome.
July 13th, Helen rises again as a one-on-one immersive installation. More details to come – keep an eye on the Lost Theatre’s website or on Amy Clare Tasker’s website. Super duper awesome.
{My collaboration with Amy Clare Tasker will be performed in two more iterations in London this Summer! Amy has teamed up with London director Sharon Burrell and actor/producer Angela Bull to continue developing this modular epic that gives voice to the most beautiful woman in the world. More info.}

Saturday Write Fever in SAN FRANCISCO
July 12, 2014 at the Exit Theater Cafe, SF CA.
8:30pm, free.
{A monthly playmaking party I co-founded with 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– I’ll be across town performing my solo show– but if I could be in two places at once, I’d be here.  SWF is always a good time with good folks.  More info.}

TAKE ME HOME: a One-woman Odyssey in SCOTLAND
George Next Door, space A, July 31st – August 24, 6 Days/wk (Tues-Sun), 8:45pm
Run time: 1 hour.
{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.}

Too Much Light in SCOTLAND
Neo-Futurists from SF, NYC, and Chicago are teaming up to bring a wild edition of “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes” to Edinburgh for the Fringe Festival. It’s not like anything I’ve ever done. The ensemble of 9 includes Cecil Baldwin and Meg Bashwiner (Welcome to Nightvale), Ryan Good (Sex with Animals), and other proper art stars. Gonna get so real, y’all!
The show runs all Fringe, with a rotating cast, and constantly rotating plays; I’ll be in it July 31-Aug 3, and again Aug 19-24. FOLLOW @FRINGENEOS ON TWITTER. {Tickets.}

Centaur, or, The Horse’s Ass in SAN FRANCISCO
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, a free short interactive fiction experience, related to the “Helen Project” performance event which I co-created and is being workshopped in London this year.


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