Recommended by Joe Zarrow

  • Quiver
    22 Jan. 2020
    I just performed in a reading of Quiver at Flint Rep. Somebody produce this thing. It's ready. It's deeply felt, nuanced, theatrically inventive, *and* it tells the story of characters we don't often get to see onstage.
  • John Proctor is the Villain
    9 Oct. 2019
    How did she write this play so fast? It is so of our moment and so well-built. I used to teach high school English, and hated teaching The Crucible -- wish I'd had this play to teach instead.
  • Herland
    21 Mar. 2018
    Keep an eye on Grace. This play has an incredibly light and loving touch, with three (!) great roles for older women.
  • Tom & Eliza
    18 Dec. 2017
    A unique take on the "love story two-hander" genre. I'm still thinking about it a week after reading it.
  • Escape Velocity
    27 Sep. 2017
    If Noel Coward wrote a beautiful achronological play about the '60s counterculture, you might get something as lovely as Escape Velocity.
  • Infirmary Shakes
    12 Sep. 2017
    A strange and uncannily moving multigenerational story.