An encounter between Charlotte, a British woman and an American man at a party sets Charlotte’s thoughts in a difficult and painful direction. Anintimate, small exchange at a house party feels like it has global resonance. Perhaps this isa political play – but perhaps it isn’t.
Directed by Andy Scott Line Producer: Dani Joseph Associate Director: Jack Dentinger
Margaret Curry Alicia Giangrisostomi Rachel Goodgal Hannah Karpenko Shahla Khanna Frank Lewallen Carson McCalley Eleanor Pearson Leon Schwendener
I directed "An Evening with Eva: Waiting for Adolf," co-written by myself, Maxine Muster and JP Sclafani. Starring Maxine Muster, it is a short one woman play that explores the final moments of Eva Braun's life. We presented it at the NYWinterfest Festival in NYC for three performances February 2019.
Nazi Germany 1945. The Bunker on the Final day. Eva Braun - Hitler's wife of less than 24 hours and mistress of 16 years - weighs life, love and death as Berlin falls.
Poster Art: Jon Henderson.Photo credit: Kristina Loggia
I read the role of Kriztina in “The Courtyard," by Tanja Lorentzon, one of the many wonderful plays that were a part of Scandinavian American Theate Company’s Nordic Stage 2 series: eight new plays from cutting-edge Scandinavian playwrights. December 2019. The Vikings came to Broadway!
A one-woman short play I directed this past June starring fellow actress Nina Lainville called "Sophie: Afterlife" by JP Sclafani was reprised at Manhattan Rep's "Best of 2018 Short Play: Series 2" November 2019.
I directed another J.P. Sclafani play. "An Evening with Eva: Waiting for Adolf," which was co-written by JP, myself and Maxine Muster, starring Maxine Muster. The play premiered at Manhattan Repertory Theater November 2018.
In June 2018, I directed a one-woman short play, starring fellow actress Nina Lainville, called "Sophie: Afterlife" by JP Sclafani.
The play explores the life of Sophie Scholl, a young political activist who led the White Rose resistance group against Hitler and Naziism in WWII Germany. She and her brother Hans were found distributing anti-Hitler leaflets at at the University of Munich, and were charged with High Treason in February, 1943. She was just 21 years old.