Super excited to announce that this is what i chose and no i’m not sorry and yes if you’d ask i’d do it again has been selected to be part of The Kennedy Center’s New Visions Conference, with Will Kiley directing!
Super excited to announce that Ravenous was named a Finalist for The O’Neill Congrats to all who’re heading there for the summer!
Super Excited to announced that Ravenous came in as a Semi-Finalist for the Princess Grace Awards! Congrats to all who won!
Ravenous was selected to be part of Kitchen Dog Theatre’s New Works Festival, taking place June 15-29, 2019.
30 Floods will be developed in Workshop this upcoming year as part of UTNT | University of Texas New Theatre for Spring 2019.
I've been granted a Creative Residence at SPACE on Ryder Farm! I'll be heading up there mid-June to work on some new work. Stay posted; can't wait to get on the farm!
893 | Ya-ku-za has been selected for presentation at the Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists in Chicago, from August 13-18. Huge thanks to the folks at CAATA for having us!
Chicago friends: Come Check it Out!
I've been selected as a Writer-in-Residence for The New Harmony Project! I'll be there May 21 - June 3rd developing a few projects. Huge thanks to the folk at The New Harmony Project for having me!
Thanks to everyone who came out to hear a reading of 893 | Ya-ku-za! It was great to have you and your brains in the room.
Special Thanks to: Alani Chock, Annie Kim Hendrick, and Margaret Jumonville for reading, and to KT Shorb for directing.
Arigatou Gozaimasu! More soon!
Along with 105, I co-wrote the libretto for Golden, an immersive mini-opera with Michael Zapruder.
Golden is a cutting-edge chamber opera that combines acoustic and electronic sounds, powerful voices and evocative immersive elements to tell the true story of a family whose belief in a magical golden object is tragically destroyed by the forces of technology.
It premiered at The Cohen New Works Festival, April 10-14, 2017 at The University of Texas at Austin. It was directed by Margaret Jumonville.
Photo: Lawrence Peart, Courtesy of The University of Texas at Austin
105 is presenting a dance excerpt of Part 1: Walking Days at FronteraFest.
Presented by Hyde Park Theatre in collaboration with Scriptworks, FronteraFest is one of Austin's longest running Fringe Festivals, now in its 24th year of highlighting new, alternative and offbeat theatre.
Faster Than Bullets was presented at Here Arts Center on February 14, 2017 as part of Sanctuary, presented by Less Than Rent Theatre.
The reading featured Amanda Salazar and Leslie Malaika Lewis with Harrison Densmore directing.