In 15 years I’ve grown, cried, fallen, learned and learned some more. However, I have wished I was better, more proficient, smarter, savvier, wittier, stronger, something… more than the person I am.
This piece explores how film can help us think more deeply about our choices in life.
This website encourages audiences to participate in my latest musical, Apartment 3B. It guides them through different methods of supporting the project and engaging actors, musicians, and theater people of all types alongside digital audiences.
There is a convenience store in town, owned by a gentle shopkeeper. In the shop, the year’s Venus flytraps are dying… only until the kids arrive.
This piece is a personal reflection, based on recent moments during which I have learned more about my heritage. This piece reflects an acceptance of who I am and what is a part of me.
This memoir is about a seemingly small experience that transformed the way I see dance, as well as the world.
Validation explores a love-hate intimate relationship that battles with self-love.
What was the worst year of your life? The right answer is 13. Here’s why.
No matter the obstacle, if you believe in yourself and focus on where you want to be, you will be the rose that overcame all odds.
This piece was born during an eight-minute freewrite—a ritual at the beginning of our pair sessions.
How have protests and movements evolved and stayed the same over decades? We discuss our experiences at a women’s march and climate strike and how generations are connected in fighting for social justice.
It’s been years since the last time I saw Jack. I’d never thought that I would ever hear his voice on the radio. I guess his dream came true.
These poems speak to the intimacy of a single moment with another person.
A somewhat satirical account of the life of a fictional protagonist who would be born in the year of the cat.
In this fictionalized letter to a lost friend, the author reflects on what happened to one middle school friendship. By exploring her memories, she realizes that not all relationships are forever.