Ameriqueno is a semi-finalist in the Big Break International Screenwriting Contest.
Fragment is a winner in the Short Screenplay category of the 23rd Annual Woods Hole Film Festival.
Fragment is a finalist in the Writers Place Screenwriting Competition, finishing in the top ten.
Fragment is a semi-finalist of the Richmond International Film Festival. The RIFF will take place in Richmond, Virginia from February 27th to March 2rd, 2014.
Storytime is a top ten finalist in the American Gem Short Script and Literary Festival.
Pendant is one of seven featured plays at the 3rd Annual NUTLab 5 & Dime at Marran Theater on the campus of Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Curtain rises on Sunday, May 19th @ 3 P.M. The event is a collaboration between New Urban Theatre Lab and Proscenium Playwrights.
Storytime is an Official Selection and Top Finalist of the Richmond International Film Festival. The RIFF will take place at the historic Byrd Theatre in Richmond, Virginia from February 28th to March 3rd.
Storytime is a finalist in the 2012 The Writers Place Screenplay Competition.
Storytime will be part of the Estrogenius Xtended Reading Series on Saturday, November 30th at 3 P.M. at TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street in New York City.
Storytime is a finalist in the 2012 Eddie Bauer, Jr. Screenplay Competition.
Fragment was produced by the KNOW Theatre of Binghamton, N.Y. as one of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Region I finalists (July 5-8). It was directed by Chris Zlomek with Jason Walsh as Isiah and Shawn Robinson as Flec. Special thanks to Artistic Director Tim Gleason for welcoming us to his wonderful theatre. Thanks also to Tim Borden (Scenic Designer), Kat D'Andrea (Production Manager) and Amanda Marsico (Stage Manager), as well as the KNOW Theatre's Board of Directors for hosting a delightful brunch. I really hope to have the opportunity to visit again.
Storytime won Best Short Script at the 2012 California International Shorts Festival.
Fragment was chosen as a National Semi-Finalist at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Region I (New England and New York State) in the ten-minute play category. The reading was directed by Matthew A.J. Gregory. Kevin Anglade read Isiah, while Matthew Haughton read Flec. Stage directions were read by Dave Guillaume.
Unmade will have a reading as part of the F.A.C.T. Words and Wine series at the A.R.T./New York Studios in New York City located at 520 8th Avenue. The reading will take place on Sunday, November 20th at 6:30 PM. More info here.
Unmade will have a reading as part of Culture*Park's 10th Annual Short Plays Marathon on Saturday, November 19th at the Whaling Museum Theatre in New Bedford, MA. The Marathon runs from 1 PM to 11 PM. Unmade will be read at 7 PM. More info here.
Storytime is an Official Selection of 5th Annual GIAA Festival of Short Movies and Screenplays. The festival will take place on Saturday, November 19th and Sunday, November 20th in Manhattan.
Ameriqueño reached the Semi-Finals of the Scriptapalooza International Screenplay Contest. For placing among the top 100, the script will be marketed to established production companies and literary representatives for one year.
Unmade had a reading at New Urban Theatre Lab's Five and Dime at Boston Playwrights Theatre.
My ten-minute play, Fraction, had a reading as part of Culture*Park's 9th Annual Short Plays Marathon at the Whaling Museum Theatre in New Bedford, MA.
Clutter, a full-length play, had a reading as part of the Lesley University Reading Series.
Storytime was featured in The Seven: New Works Festival 2010 presented by the FUSION Theatre Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The ten-minute play received a full Equity production.
Ameriqueño reached the Semi-Finals of the Rhode Island International Film Festival Screenplay Competition.
My adaptation of my ten-minute play, Storytime, reached the Semi-Finals of the Gimme Credit International Screenplay Competition in the Short Screenplay category.
Last Call, a short film co-produced and co-directed with Raul Ruiz Miquel and written by Robbi D'Allessandro (also co-producing), was an Official Selection of the Asheville Film Festival.