Timeline

A Selected History of Events

Creative Workshops and Professional Development

2011

  • Two-week developmental workshop at the Flying E Ranch Residency Program of a new Lucy Thurber Play culminating in staged reading at the Del E Webb Center for the Performing Arts

2010

  • Del E Web Arts Center, Wickenburg Arizona

2006

  • Immigration Detention, “Community Dialogue on Migration, Human Rights & Development,” New York City
  • Immigration Detention, National Grant Maker’s Conference, Chicago, Ill.
  • Combating Homophobia and Creating a More Inclusive Campus, Hastings on Hudson school district, Hastings on Hudson, NY

2005

  • Performance of “Building Houses on the Moon,” North Hunterdon High School, NJ

2003

  • Educators and Homophobia, GLSEN Boston Teacher Training, Provincetown, MA
  • LGBT Youth and Homophobia, GLSEN Teaching Respect For All Conference, Washington D.C.
  • Educators on Bullying and Violence Prevention, 1st Annual “Knock Out the Violence” Conference,  Philadelphia PA

2002

  • Creative Arts Intensive, Brookline High School, Brookline MA

2001

  • Creating a Safer School Environment Common Threads Youth Empowerment Conference, Fishkill, NY

Performances

Building Houses On The Moon

2011

  • NYC High School Respect for All Week

2009

  • Friends Seminary Middle School, Manhattan

2008

  • Clarkstown South HS, NY
  • Ramapo HS, NY

2007

  • 9th Annual Prideworks Conference for LGBT Youth, GLSEN Hudson Valley, White Plains, NY Sponsored by GLSEN Hudson Valley

2006

  • Hastings on Hudson High School, Hastings, NY

2005

  • Student Performance Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, CT
  • East Lyme High School, East Lyme, CT

2004

  • Community Performance City Theatre, Pittsburgh PA(Co-sponsored by GLSEN Pittsburgh)
  • Community Performance Yale University, Off Broadway Theatre, New Haven CT (Co- sponsored by The Larry Kramer Initiative for Lesbian and Gay Studies at Yale & Yale University’s Office of New Haven Relations)
  • Columbus National Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival, Davis Center, Columbus OH *Winner: Best Ensemble Production
  • Lucille Lortel Theatre, Off Broadway, NYC(Benefit for Bee’s Fund.)
  • Community Performance Vorhees High School, Glen Gardner, NJ
  • 10th Annual Multicultural Conference, SUNY New Paltz, NY

2003

  • Blue Heron Arts Center, New York City
  • Student Performance Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, Connecticut
  • Student Performance Miss Halls School, Pittsfield, MA
  • Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY
  • Student Performance Clarkstown South HS, West Nyack, NY
  • 11th Annual CANDLE Conference on Sexual Orientation and Youth, Stony Point, NY
  • Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival, Mum Puppet Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
  • Rockland County Pride Festival, Nyack, NY
  • National Youth Advocacy Coalition (NYAC) Conference, Washington D.C.
  • Towson University, Towson Maryland
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, PA Sponsored by Philadelphia PFLAG, Mazonni Center, Philadelphia Dept. of Human Services & Philadelphia Public Schools

2002

  • Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield, MA
  • Student and Community Performances Brookline High School, Brookline MA
  • Student and Community Performances Belmont High School, Belmont MA (cosponsored by Belmont against Racism.)
  • Exploration Program, Yale University, New Haven CT

2001

  • Common Threads Youth Empowerment Conference, Fishkill, NY
  • Boston GLSEN Conference at Tufts University, Medford MA
  • Exploration Program, Yale University, New Haven CT

Tara’s Crossing

2016

  • The LGBT Center, NY

2012

  • Antrim Playhouse, Wesley Hills NY (Presented by VCS)
  • Border Justice Event, Arizona State University West, Glendale AZ
  • Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona, presented by Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
  • Trans Faith Conference, Philadelphia, PA World’s largest conference for trans people and issues

2011

  • Rutgers University, Newark

2009

  • Lehman Stages, Bronx
  • Brooklyn College
  • Richmond Hill High School, New York

2008

  • Elizabeth Irwin High School, NYC
  • NYU Law School
  • Penn State University
  • Bowdoin College, ME

2006

  • Benefit performance for Bee’s Fund, Lucille Lortel Theatre, NYC
  • Hartford, CT sponsored by CT Trans Advocacy

2005

  • Queens Theatre Immigrant Voices Project, Queens Theatre in the Park, Queens, NY (reading)
  • Preview Performance Lucille Lortel Theatre, NYC, Benefit American Friends Service Committee’s Queer Immigrant Rights Group Cosponsored by Amnesty International, Human Rights First, International Lesbian and Gay Human Rights Commission
  • Berkshire Stonewall Community Coalition LGBT Festival, Lenox MA
  • World Premiere Run Tenement Theatre, Lower Eastside Tenement Museum, NY, NY (Cosponsored by the American Friends Service Committee Immigrant Rights Program.)
  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA
  • University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
  • American University, Detention Watch Network Conference, Washington DC

2004

  • International House, Philadelphia, PA(Co-sponsored by Equality Forum, Inc.) (reading)
  • Queens Pride House, Queens, NY for members of the Queens LGBT community (reading)
  • QUIR (Queer Immigrant Rights), American Friends Service Committee, New York, NY (reading)

DE NOVO

2016

  •  Corona Public Library 

2014

  • Queens College
  • Isaac Newton School for Math and Science

2013

  • Penn Law School in Philadelphia
  • Long Island City High School and Elmhurst Hospital Center (Co-sponsored by Kupferberg Center for the Performing Arts at Queens College and New York City Council Member Daniel Dromm)
  • Museo Del Barrio Co-Presented by Mount Sinai Global Health

2012

  • Law School Performances at University of Maryland and American University in Washington DC
  • College of New Jersey
  • Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Presented by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

2011

  • Castleton State College, VT
  • Columbia Law School
  • New England School of Law, Boston MA
  • Ramapo High School, New York
  • Law School Tour of Tara’s Crossing, UCONN/AMERICAN/UMD
  • Benefit Performance of Spanish-language version of DE NOVO, Passage Theatre, Trenton NJ (for Latin American Legal Education and Defense Fund.)
  • Tour of Spanish-language version of DE NOVO in El Salvador (made possible with a grant from the Open Society Institute.) Run at Passage Theatre in Trenton, NJ
  • Renaissance Charter School and Jackson Heights Public Library in Queens (Sponsored by Queens College and NYC Council-member Daniel Dromm, made possible with a grant from Queens Council on the Arts.)
  • the Puffin Cultural Forum, Teaneck NJ
  • Lawrence High School, New Jersey

2010

  • Run TBG Theatre, Manhattan
  • Run Americas Off Broadway Festival, 59 E 59 St. Theaters

2009

  • NYU (Co-Sponsored by NYU Law School and Lucha)
  • Harry Truman High School, Bronx (Sponsored by Safe Horizon)
  • Hostos Community College, Bronx
  • Tour to University of Arizona
  • Arizona State University Law Schoo
  • Arizona State University West for Border Justice Events
  • Rockland Community College
  • Berkshire Community College
  • Run Gerald Lynch Theatre
  • John Jay College
  • Art of Justice Series

2008

  • Lehman Stages, Bronx, NY
  • Fox Lane High School, NY
  • Tour at Colorado State University (for Cesar Chavez Celebration) and University of Colorado Law School.
  • Run at La Guardia Performing Arts Center and Queens Theatre in The Park, Queens, NY
  • Rutgers Law School, NJ
  • Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford CT

2007

  • Research Trip to Arizona, Colorado and California to interview undocumented youth, and advocates
  • Developmental Reading Series, Everything Goes (Staten Island), Pratt University (Brooklyn), Queens Theatre in the Park Performances
  • World Premiere Rattlestick Rep, NYC (sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Human Rights First, The Door, and the American Friends Service Committee Immigrant Rights Program.)
  • NYC tour Awarded a grant by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs

gUN COUNTRY Part 1: “Trajectories” Part 2: “The Assignment”

2016

  • Performance at Houses On The Moon Beneft: AMPLIFIED
  • Performance of gUN COUNTRY (Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning)
  • “Trajectories” (EMBARK Peekskill)
  • “The Assignment” (SoHo Playhouse, TRU Voices New Plays Reading Series)

2014

  • Performance of gUN COUNTRY (Dixon Place)
  • Performance of gUN COUNTRY (Metropolitan Hospital Center)
  • Benefit Performance of gUN COUNTRY (Congregation Beth Elohim, a for New Yorkers Against Gun Violence)