Recommended by Emma Carter

  • The Thought Doesn't Count
    18 Dec. 2018
    I'm not sure what else I can say that hasn't already been said! I was the stage direction reader for this play at the Midwest Dramatist Conference 2017 and it was my absolute favorite piece of the whole conference. The characters felt real. Their pain, their love, their rapport, all so relatable and recognizable. I never realized a ten minute play could be so powerful.
  • AFK
    4 Nov. 2018
    I directed this piece as part of the Kansas City Horror Play Festival and it was such fun to bring it to life! The dialogue is clever, the characters are relatable. A gem of a play.
  • No One Is Forgotten
    23 May. 2018
    I saw a reading of this at the Unicorn Theater in Kansas City, Missouri last week. It was both hilarious and haunting.
  • Death of a Driver
    15 May. 2018
    I saw a reading of this play at the Unicorn in Kansas City, Missouri and I found it both heartbreaking and hilarious.
  • Trigger Happy
    24 May. 2017
    I saw this play performed at The Living Room Theater earlier this year and very much enjoyed it. It's the kind if play that keeps popping back up in my life as I navigate social interactions, continually inviting me to re-evaluate my stance on issues of political correctness, trigger warnings and the like.