Britt lays down in a bright 80s style button up. A pink landline phone is pressed to their face as t
A show still from Use All Available Doors. A man watches another man wash a woman's feet on the trai
A show still from paper backs. The Artist, seated, watches the Writer look at their painting.
Show still from This Vessel Is A Fragile Thing. A person sits in bright red, green, and blue lights.
Show still from ID. Three women throw their drinks in the face of three men across from them.
A show still from paper backs. The Writer gently washes paint off of the Artist's arms.
Show still from pool (no water). Britt stands, clutching their clothes, and looking up at a light. T
A show still from Use All Available Doors. A woman flies back into a group of people hold blank plac
Show still from pool (no water). Four figures dance under red lights.
A show still from Use All Available Doors. A party, a parade. People dancing on a train car, bright

My favorite theatre knows it is theatre; it winks at you from behind the curtain. 

This theatre is queer and trans, not just through content and representation, but in its very form. Traditional, linear narrative structures cannot adequately express queer and trans stories and as such I am not interested in the “Well-Made Play.” I am interested in queer temporality.

Through writing I create a map of the questions I mull over - an exercise in problem-solving, even if easy answers never come. My work is not universal, but I draw on true stories, fears, and feelings, often mixing in absurdity, magic, and camp. 

I create theatre that brings us together in a physical space, and theatre that brings us together in a distanced space - whether virtually, outside the window, over the phone.

As a playwright and game creator, I’m particularly interested in the intersection of theatre and games - I enjoy making small-scale, personal, interactive experiences for participants, from groups of friends at home around the table to audience members discussing poetry with me over the phone. I think of theatre as a space for recreation and discovery - through play and imagination, we can discover new ways of being and being together.

I know how we make art is as, and more, important than the art we make. At its best my work is unapologetically sincere, and helps my audience and collaborators feel connected, less alone, less singular - for a moment they might even feel like a little part of everything.