My plays have been produced to critical acclaim both Off-Broadway and in regional theaters throughout the United States. My Off-Broadway play Poetic License was hailed as “Smart, unsettling drama” by The New York Times and “Clever…articulate…white-hot” by The Associated Press. My play Jericho received a 2011 Edgerton Award as well as a highly lauded Off-Broadway run. It was a New York Times “Critics’ Pick,” calling it “painfully significant“ and “A lovely, humorous work… a smart, hard-hitting drama filled with biting wit.” Theatre Communications Group referred to the play as “an important contribution to the repertoire of the American Stage.”
My play Place Setting was nominated, along with plays by Edward Albee and Theresa Rebeck, as “Best Play for 2007” by The Newark Star Ledger. My play Fellow Travelers opened at the Bay Street Theater in 2018 and was called “compelling” by Newsday and “a must see” by Hampstons.com. It is in talks for a Broadway production, about which The New York Post’s Michael Rydell said, “it would be a strong Tony contender for Best Play.”
My play The Source is the winner of a 2018 Edgerton Award and debuted at New Jersey Repertory in 2019, where it was called “stunning” by BroadwayWorld.com and “well-written, intelligent, often very funny – but serious” by The Two Rivers Times.
I also co-wrote and co-created the comedy web series “The Small Time,” which won the 2016 Webby Award for Best Writing (www.thesmalltimeseries.com). I have two children who are both smarter than I am and I live in New York with my dog, Daisy. Because of the Pandemic, I have finished the entirety of Netflix.