Wash Your Bowl
Full Length Play
A dinner party celebrating an engagement amongst friends devolves into a spectacle of guilt when a distant terrorist attack steals their attention for the evening. My second full length play, the story meditates on communication, virtue signaling, and the lengths we go to to be agreeable. Watch a staged reading this play by The Tank in NYC.
After waking up to an empty piggybank, a lonely kid dons the persona of a private investigator to solve the crime, in this Chinatown-esque parody. Written for the NYC Midnight Short Screenplay Challenge, I was assigned a genre (Mystery), location (Car Wash), and prop (Piggybank) with 48 hours to write a script. Town Street won 1st place in the forty-first-heat of Round 1.