ALL MY FRIENDS ARE DEAD (in development)
Tony Craze Winner - January 2023
BLOOM, a video game developer, is about to become the pioneer of a new invention - Death Tech Entertainment. To help her partner ZARA deal with the recent deaths that she's been grieving, BLOOM offers her a chance to bring her loved ones back to life in a video game called Soul's End. But after virtually reconnecting with two important people from her past, DESMOND and RUSSELL, ZARA isn't so sure that she wants to return to the real world.
PRESENT BLACK FATHERS (reading)
Omnibus Theatre - October 2022
The Road Theatre Company - July 2022
A love letter of sorts. This collection of interviews challenges the stereotype of the “absent Black father.” Four Black dads and one surrogate dad spend 45 minutes getting real. Police brutality, dating, having a child with autism . . . No topic is off limits. And there are, of course, plenty of dad jokes.
I'M YOUR ROPE (reading)
Jermyn Street Theatre - June 2022
Jermyn Street Theatre - December 2021
SIMEON and LILAH’s relationship is like a game of tug of war. But sometimes, one of them is the rope. In a magical forest, they meet to decide their future, but AVINA threatens their happily ever after. I'M YOUR ROPE is a Black fantasy play with magic & monsters, that explores love, loss, and what we're tied to.
BLACK WOMEN DATING WHITE MEN
Drayton Arms Theatre - May 2022
Offbeat Oxford - June 2021
59E59 Theaters - June 2021
SOS Theatre Fest International - February 2021
Son of Semele - October 2021
Fringe of Colour - August 2020
Hollywood Fringe Festival - June 2020
A collection of interviews of (you guessed it) Black women who are in long-term relationships (plus two marriages) with white men. Expect talks about privilege, activism, and the mystery of headscarves.
HOW I LEARNED TO SWIM (work in progress)
Jermyn Street Theatre - June 2021
JAMIE wants to learn to swim, which wouldn’t be so scary, except for the fact that she just turned 30. In an attempt to find closure after her brother’s disappearance, she decides to finally face her fear. This coming-of-adulthood story explores Black people’s relationship to water, while finally answering the question: Are there really sharks in the deep end of the pool?
WHERE THE SOCKS GO (online)
The Hope Theatre - November 2020
MAX doesn’t have a single pair of matching socks. But it’s honestly not her fault, she’s a Virgo after all, so everything in her life is in order. Except, obviously, her socks. Ahead of a really crucial Zoom job interview (she understands that they won’t see her socks, but again, she’s a Virgo) she is determined to answer the question we all want the answer to: Where do socks go in the wash?
TOO GREY TOO LOUD (workshop)
Soho Theatre - July 2019
TREY, a Black teenage boy and MARVIN, his father, move to an all grey town for a fresh start after TREY stops speaking. As they settle into their sometimes eerily suburban town, they befriend married couple BLAKE and GREG. When the color green begins terrorizing the town, neighbor turns on neighbor. The people of Greytown soon discover that what’s inside of you will always come out.