I'm thrilled to be able to share the first teaser for Zoey & The Wind-Up Boy, the Radix Troupe short film I co-wrote with director and actor Marica Petrey, which will premiere in February in San Francisco. Enjoy: 

New Teaching Role at Harvard University

This fall, I will begin work at Harvard University as a Preceptor of Expository Writing. I will teach two sections of a freshman writing course (Expos 20) of my own design that explores the legacy and politics of autobiographical art-making in the African diaspora. I am extraordinarily grateful for this opportunity and look forward to joining the Harvard community. For more information, see the Harvard College Writing Program website.

"The Lunatics" in Best of PlayGround 20

I'm very pleased to announce that my short play "The Lunatics" will be produced as part of the Best of PlayGround 20 festival at the Thick House in San Francisco this June. It will also be published as part of this year's Best of PlayGround anthology. For more information, click here.

Piece on Barrydale Puppet Parade on HowlRound

HowlRound just published an article I wrote about Die Name Wat Ons Gee - the piece of puppet theatre I helped make last year as part of the the Barrydale Reconciliation Day Puppet Parade in South Africa. You can find it here.

Interview on KALX 90.7 FM's "The Graduates"

My friends and collaborators Martha Herrera-Lasso and Kimberly Richards and I were recently interviewed on KALX's show "The Graduates" about our work in Performance Studies and the New Play Reading Series. The interview (dated 1.19.16) is available to stream or download on iTunes here.

"Rhinoceros" Graphic Design Honored

Leila Singleton, the graphic designer behind the posters for my production of Rhinoceros and the other 2014-2015 TDPS mainstage shows, has won an award from Graphic Design USA for that body of work. Congratulations, Leila! You can check out the award-winning designs here.

Barrydale Puppet Parade

I am absolutely thrilled to join the directing team of the Barrydale Puppet Parade, which brings artists from South Africa's world-renowned Handspring Puppet Company and their community partners together on a one-of-a-kind site-specific puppet pageant. This year's piece, Die Name Wat Ons Gee, explores the legacy of slavery in the Eastern Cape and will be performed on December 13.