howdy ! and welcome to the future. the future is somewhat less formal than the past as it’s still underway... is still becoming 

Also, I’d like to remind you that our collective future is unquestioningly and emphatically diverse, intersectional, equitable, free, empathic, and reparated. if you’re not with it, then you are against it, man.

upcoming & in development☟


A Short Work About A House On Fire, March 2023

Director, Presented by The MAAS Building, Philadelphia

A Short Work About A House On Fire (ASWAAHOF) is a devised ritual, a movement theater piece flitting in absurdity, an experiment attempting to push some boundaries of what theater is-or-can-be about, and a call to arms (but to whom!?). ASWAAHOF is very loosely adapted from a 19th-century Yiddish folktale about a terrified man, who, with his house fully ablaze, runs to the local rabbi seeking advice where he receives some conflicting advice. Should he trust in the power of God? The power of water? of a rabbi? of a community? of himself? 


Social Practice Residency, Greensoboro Contemporary Jewish Museum, 2023

Artist-in-Residence, Elsewhere Living Museum, Greensoboro NC

a framework of a museum in another nontraditional museum space facilitating and hosting 4 southern [based] jewish artists to learn and create together


Circles in Circles, 2023

Playwright, commission from Walnut Street Theater, Philadelphia PA 

a radical touring play for young audiences about being stuck in cycles of grief and violence, and how we might break them, and how we might free ourseleves and others.



Producer + Lead Experience Design

a combined live theatre & vr event.  a mind-boggling true story that falls inside of itself, and then gets handed to a hybrid audience. what do we do with the truth in front of us? and is there an ancient mythical and esoteric secret aryan treasure burried hidden underground somewhere in north america? and oh no, another hurricane?

oh, baruch hashem, it’s just a simulated hurricane.