Pleased as punch to be selected as a Walter E. Dakin Fellow at the Sewanee Writers' Conference, and super excited to share my work with other writers and folks that might be passing through, at a public reading on July 21 @ 10AM at the Bairnick Women's Center, University of the South, Sewanee TN.
An evening of short theatrical works inspired by Pina Bausch, John Cage, and Merce Cunningham. Five playwrights (Mashuq Mushtaq Deen, Ken Prestininzi, Lynn Rosen, Aurin Squire, and Melisa Tien) are given the same soundscape—created by sound artist Brendan Connelly—and tasked with writing a ten-minute piece for it. The result—five different works reflecting/jumping off of/engaging with/pushing against a singular soundscape. Click here for reservations.
Presented as part of the Starr Reading Series
dir. Elena Araoz
w/ Erin Anderson & Kara Young
An unsettling comedy about a woman who can rewind time, but only within the last five minutes. She's a person of color, navigating a world in which she's not sure where she belongs, as she ponders her relationship, literally and figuratively, to the white woman beside her--in other words, a world not unlike ours.