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Space Nunz
of the Rescue

Actors' Fund Art Center, Brooklyn

by Elizabeth Wong

Directed by Chad Lindsey

“Space Nunz of the Rescue Mainframe is a  sci-fi andromedy that winks at the uncertainty of our legacy and the vastness of our shared digital gluttony while the audience votes on crucial moments changing the course of the play in real time of two families inextricably linked - Iranian immigrants and blue blooded New Englanders - and their inevitable collision..”


The Soap Myth

Southampton Cultural Center

by Jeff Cohen

Directed by Harris Yulin

New York City, 2000. Young Journalist Annie Blumberg is assigned an article about Milton Saltzman, and his account of the Holocaust war crimes he survived and witnessed. As their friendship develops, Annie is faced with the shock of those who question the truth of such atrocities, and forced to confront the question - who gets to write, or re-write, history?


MFA Thesis Project

Perhaps the most arresting and archetypal transformation in any fable is that of the cinder-girl, whose inner radiance is magnified by maternal kindness. In my design, Lucette is a princess of ashes and spiderwebs, who goes to the Ball robed in maternal love and moonlight.  And the Prince, like the Godmother, recognizes Lucette for who she is and for what he sees within her. 



Jack Crystal Theater, NYC

by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Directed by Doug Hughes

Tragedy. Tensions brew and escalate among coworkers as ambitions and insecurities come to rise. Eruption as Gloria perpetrates a mass shooting in her own office.


Tragedy becomes Culture. Survivors Dean and Kendra scheme to monetize their trauma through competing book deals.


Culture becomes violence. The revelation that a TV series about Gloria is in the works reveals California to be as much of a rat race as New York. American media culture thrives on a casual relationship with death and violence.


Olmsted Theater, Adelphi University

(Alumna Guest Designer)

Directed by Maggie Lally

Sophie Treadwell wrote Machinal as a reaction to the story of  Ruth Snyder, who became the first woman to be executed by electric chair in the United States after murdering her husband in 1927. Our all-women design team sought to focus on what happens to a woman's voice in a world where the forces of technology, industry, and patriarchal influence are overwhelming. 

God is a Verb

Actors' Fund Art Center, Brooklyn

by Gavin Broady

Directed by Chad Lindsey

"In 1969, an eccentric professor gathers a team of offbeat academics to play a game with one goal: make the world work for all humanity. What unfolds tears spacetime as we are whisked from a beatnik cafe to a treetop congressional hearing and back by way of a university telephone. As the clock ticks, the lines blur between the game and the real world and we wonder if we've detached from reality altogether." 

True Grit

MFA Class Project

“People do not give it credence that a fourteen-year-old girl could leave home and go off in the wintertime to avenge her father’s blood but it did not seem so strange at the time, although I will say it did not happen every day.”


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