The Reason Why I Lie (One Act): 2f, 2m; Sage and Stew are stuck at Union Station waiting for their delayed train, when Sage’s day dreams run away with her.
- Production in the UCSB New Plays Festival, 2006 (Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region VIII Meritorious Achievement in Playwriting); production in the Looking Glass Theatre Writer/Director Forum, New York (Honorable Mention for Best Playwright); production in She Writes Festival, The Secret Rose Theatre, North Hollywood 2011
Animal Crackers (One Act): 2f, 2m; four strangers are stuck at the reject table at a mutual friend’s wedding.
- Reading in the Emerging Playwrights Reading Series, Ensemble Theatre Company, Santa Barbara 2006.
The Edge of a Disappearing Thing (One Act/10-minute): 3f; the strained relationship between three sisters hits a breaking point at the end of the world.
- Staged reading at SeedlingsFest: “Hybrids & Heirlooms,” A Festival of (short) Playreadings, at Theatricum Botanicum, Los Angeles, CA 2012.
All the Mees (10-Minute), 3f: A woman tries her hand at romance at an office holiday party, while being confronted with many versions of herself.
Chasing Angels (One Act): 2f, 2m; a planetarium worker is visited by otherworldly figures.
- Reading at Inner Circle Theatre, Reading Series, Ojai, Ca, 2006; production in Hurricane Season New Play Festival at The Eclectic Company Theatre, N. Hollywood, 2009; Corwin Award Honorable Mention (UCSB) 2006.
Ouija (One Act) Co-written with Jason Britt: 2f, 2m; cousins reconnect at the funeral of an aunt.
- Production in the Hurricane Season New Play Festival at The Eclectic Company Theatre, N. Hollywood, 2010.
Dot Dot Dot (One Act/10-minute): 1f, 1m; a possible love connection in a grocery store parking lot.
- Production in The Car Play Project, Westmont College, 2006; reading in Live @The Libe, Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights Reading Series, 2010.
I Say Running Is Like Breathing (One Act/10-minute): 2f (up to 6f); a woman runs into a slew of characters on the first day she is attempting to run across America.
- Reading in “Breakfast with Smartasses” in the 4th Annual Santa Barbara PlayFest Fesitval of New Plays, 2016
The Grocery Story (or Blood Like Ribbons) (One Act/10-15 minute): 2F; a salesman and a peeping Tom wrestle with their issues while working at a grocery store.
The Reason Why I Lie
Dot Dot Dot, Chasing Angels, & The Edge of a Disappearing Thing: