Stamina is a ten minute play.
Synopsis: Two 81 year old women attempt to become the oldest women to summit Mount Everest.
January, 2017 – We’re Not Playing: Plays For Change, Los Angeles
March, 2017 – American Renaissance Theatre Company, NY Winter Reading Series
June, 2017 – Live Girls! Theatre, Seattle – Quickies 17
The Wanderer takes place in and around a car on the streets and freeways between Los Angeles and San Diego. The main character is a woman in her 30’s called “The Wanderer” for whom driving has become a way of life. When her car breaks down she comes across Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, the first European explorer to set eyes on the coast of California in 1542. Cabrillo appears to be lost and begs The Wanderer to help him continue his exploration of discovery. Together they drive down the coast of California from Los Angeles to San Diego, becoming comrades as they discover and name new lands.
The Wooden O Theatre, LA – 1994
Music from Big DEAD chronicles the last west coast tour of an acoustic folk/rock band started by three women who defied the male-dominated world of rock in the 60’s and formed a band that experienced early success. Their final tour leads them to question who they are as individuals and as a family of musicians who’ve been trying to stay connected to their art and to each other for 28 years. Music from Big DEAD was conceptualized while Kaz was the Quidel Corporation Fellow at the artists colony Djerassi in California.
Ordinary People, Remarkable Stories
Performing Tribute is a theatrical presentation that weaves together the perspectives of five individuals who were separately yet directly impacted by the events of 9/11— family members who lost loved ones; survivors who lived through the bombing of the WTC in 1993 and the attacks on September 11, 2001; an evacuated resident who lived on Liberty Street; FDNY firefighters who responded on September 11, 2001, and a New Jersey resident who volunteered during the recovery. Performing Tribute is performed by the actual people whose lives were impacted by 9/11. The script is also available as a way for community organizations and schools to commemorate September 11th, 2011.
Kean University, NJ
Harlem Stage, NY
Theatre at St Clements, NY
All Souls Church, NY
Mount Olive Library, NJ
Jan Hus Church, NY
Temple Israel of Northern Westchester, NY
Faith Lutheran Church, NJ
Bay Shore High School, NY
Amityville High School, NY
New York State Fire Chief’s Convention, NY
Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NY
The Tribute Center, NY
The story of the young peasant girl who led an army to help crown a king and was burned at the stake for her efforts, the play incorporates Joan of Arc’s own words from letters, chronicles and testimony at her trial to create the living story of a fearless teen who was bound by her oath to God. Movement, voice and sound come together in a series of fast-paced short scenes that flow like a live-action montage and switch genres and settings in a flash. The result is a dynamic and exhilarating play based on historical fact.
Fortis Academy, CA – 2012
Coffeeville Community College, KS – 2005
Caxton Youth Theatre, UK – 2003
Regis College, MA – 2003
Edinburgh Festival Fringe, UK – 2001
Northeast Theatre Ensemble, PA – 2000 (Best Production of 2000 Award, Scranton Times)
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