DIRECTING

     Awards:

Outstanding Director of a Play (Failure: A Love Story): First Night Awards

Best Direction (Eurydice): Nashville Scene

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble (Alice in Wonderland): Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Best Director (Alice in Wonderland): Mask & Hammer Awards

     Articles:

Nashville Arts Magazine Haunted profile

Haunted Tennessean Feature Story

NYC Production of Seph with ARACA Project 

Failure: A Love Story by Philip Dawkins - Review

Press release on Seph workshop with Tori Keenan-Zelt

Dramatist Magazine feature on The Nether

The Nether by Jennifer Haley - Review

Hearts Like Fists by Adam Szymkowicz - Review

Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl - Review

Blackbird by David Harrower - Review

The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico García Lorca - Review

The Flu Season by Will Eno - Review

A Q&A with Arts Nash re: She Kills Monsters

The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris - Review

PRODUCING
     Awards:

Theatrical Event of the Year 2017: (Haunted) - First Night Awards [Haunted site]

Best Alternative Theatre (Sideshow Fringe): Nashville Scene

Best Youth Theatre Movement (Sideshow Fringe): Nashville Scene

CNN's Most Intriguing Festivals (Sideshow Fringe)

Nominee: The Harold and Mimi Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award (The Ice Treatment)

"Unsung Hero of Nashville Theatre" - First Night Awards


     Articles:

National Month of Outrage: Rally/Cry & Grrrl Nation Tennessean Feature

Tennessean article on Hand To God

Broadway World feature on the world premiere of The Ice Treatment

Tennessean article w/ interview on Sideshow Fringe Festival
ArtsNash story hailing Sideshow as the harbinger of Nashville theatre's bright future
Nashville Scene cover story on STAND project

Opensource.com feature on leading an open source organization



SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS

Writing: HowlRound Essay on Women in Nashville Theatre

Vanderbilt University Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence 2017 (Orlando)

Center for Performance & Civic Practice Inaugural Learning Lab Cohort

Vanderbilt University Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence 2016 (Gnit)

Recap of Nash Up 2013 conference, featured panelist on Art & The Urban Environment