Being poor. It’s like when my mom would collect all the change in the house for gas and groceries, and she would bring this tin coffee can of coins to the bank—to turn the pennies, nickels and dimes into bills—only to have the teller count it all out.
A 50-minute, one-act play with four characters. Contact for sample.
A 70 minute solo play with 12 characters. Winner of the Maui Fringe Festival’s 2015 Hoku Award. Please contact for sample or script.
A fifteen minute monologue currently being developed into a full length show with help from “Solo Sundays” in San Francisco.
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