Complete List of Works & Awards
“The Scary Secrets of Stasis PA” (2016, podcast)
“God Did” (2016, short play)
“Central Time” (2016, short play)
“Volcano Town” (2015, play)
12 Part Play. Performed in monthly installments at The People’s Improv Theater. NYC. Jan-Dec 2015. Co-Written/Directed by Alex Ramsey and Joe Cilio. Featuring a Cast of 70+, including Andrew Block, Allison Frasca, Hallie Haas.
“Colleagues” (2014, play)
“The Gordon Game” (2014, short film/play)
Second Place. 2014 Seoul Players 10 Minute Play Festival. Seoul, South Korea. Sept 19-27 2014. Directed by Helen Joo Lee. Starring Brian Petersen and Sarah Furniss.
Runner Up. SRO Productions Festival Night Live. Onyx Theater. Las Vegas, NV. Sept 19 2014.
“The Scary Secrets of Stasis PA” (2014, play)
Revival production. Morbid Anatomy Museum. Brooklyn, NYC. Oct 30 2015. Directed by Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey. Starring Andrew Block, Hallie Haas, John Zachary Townsend, Milly Tamarez, Cory Willis, Brooks Allison, Allison Frasca, Sarah Heveron-Smith, Alex Ramsey, Joe Cilio, and Brett Boham.
Original production. The PIT Loft (formerly The Treehouse Theater). NYC. Oct 31 2014. Directed by Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey. Starring Andrew Block, Allison Brown, John Zachary Townsend, Erik Joseph Kochenberger, Brooks Allison, Alex Song, Sarah Heveron-Smith, Alex Ramsey, and Joe Cilio.
“The Baines-Gosslars” (2013-14, online media)
From Jan 1 2013 to Apr 29 2014, I pretended to be a middle-aged woman named Carla Baines-Gosslar on Twitter (@CarlaInSpirit). My friends and collaborators Alex Ramsey and Joe Cilio pretended to be Carla’s husband Todd (@ToddNurseDad) and son Doug (@doug69fuckudad) respectively. Together, we constituted the Baines-Gosslars, the First Family of Twitter. Click here to read our best tweets and explore one year in the sordid, bizarre, heartbreaking life of an American family in decline.
“The Death Hour” (2013-14, podcast)
From 2013 to 2014, I co-hosted The Death Hour podcast with Charlie Walden. The Death Hour explored a wide variety of topics related to death, the dead, and dying, including: coffins, famous last words, sexy widowers, methods of execution, skulls, Rasputin’s mummified penis, televised suicides, the grim reaper, and more. Neither Charlie nor I were experts in any of the topics we discussed. But we needed a theme for our podcast and so we chose death. Really, it could have been anything. Produced by Forever Dog.
“This is How it Looks” (2012-2014, blog)
From 2012 to 2014, I curated a Tumblr blog called “This is How it Looks,” posting actual results from Google Image Search. What does a marmalade wizard look like? What about Glenn on ecstasy? Is time an illusion? Click here to find out.
“Closely Watched Trains” (2013, film review)
“Dream Date” (2012, play)
Festival production. 2013 Philadelphia Fringe Live Arts Festival. Vox Populi. Sept 20-21 2013. Directed by Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey. Starring Andrew Block, Allison Brown, Charlie Walden, Ivy Malone, Alex Ramsey, Joe Cilio, and Brett Boham.
Festival production. 2013 Chicago Fringe Festival. Aug 30-31 2013. Directed by Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey. Starring Andrew Block, Emma Thatcher, Felicia Sokol, Jack Walden, Charlie Walden, Alex Ramsey, and Joe Cilio.
Original production. The Red Room Theatre. NYC. November 2012. Directed by Joe Cilio and Alex Ramsey. Starring Andrew Block, Allison Brown, Jose Rivera Jr, Charlie Walden, Ivy Malone, Alex Ramsey, and Joe Cilio.
“The Big Thing” (2009, screenplay)
Finalist, The Movie Deal Screenplay Contest (2009)
Semifinalist, Bluecat Screenplay Contest (2009)
Semifinalist, American Screenwriting Competition (2009)
Quarterfinalist, Champion Screenwriting Contest (2009)
“Columbia” (2009, short story)
Published in DM Commedia: A Danse Macabre Anthology. Edited by . DM Publications. 2009.
Selected as “The Absolute Best Thing I’ve Read This Week,” Michael J. Solender. Not From Here, Are You? Blog. 11/19/09.