Project Girl Performance Collective is back with more GIRL POWER! This time at NYC's Estrogenius Festival.

PROJECT GIRL: UNPLUGGED features new works-in-progress from collective members. The pieces were developed at weekly workshops. I have been serving as a script editor throughout the development process.

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This January, I was the dramaturg for a week-long exploratory, developmental workshop led by director Kim Weild at New Georges' The Room.

The workshop brought together members of the deaf and hearing communities to explore deafhood and larger questions surrounding the need to communicate, how we hear, our connection to the world around us, how vocabulary/grammar work in theatre (and life), and more. It was an illuminating, challenging week of discussion, questioning, and even improv.

The piece is currently in its nascent stages. Stay tuned for updates on how it continues to develop down the road!

In June, I served as research dramaturg for a two-week workshop of The Civilians' THE GREAT IMMENSITY.

During the workshop, I once again delved into the fascinating research and transcripts that make up the core of the play. I spent the weeks doing lots of fact-checking as well as plenty of timeline drafting. I also created an image wall, giving me the chance to cull through the company's collection of images from Barro Colorado Island and Churchill, Canada--the two locales at the center of the piece. The photos are breathtaking and inspiring; now all I want to do is travel to Panama and Arctic Canada (before the ice melts, that is!).

This was the last major developmental workshop before the play receives its world premiere production at Kansas City Rep next year.

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This October, I served as dramaturg for a week-long workshop of THE GREAT IMMENSITY with The Civilians at Connecticut College. The workshop culminated in three readings, two in CT and one in NYC.

To learn more about the play, check out The Civilians' website: