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Cha the Dramaturg

My dramaturgy lives in the What If. It's playful. It complicates and investigates and interogates, but never simplifies. It's world-building and depth-seeking. It's fun, I promise.


Sometimes through my other theatrical work, but often through one-on-one script and production consultation, I find myself "committing acts of dramaturgy" almost daily. Some exciting projects I've supported lately:

D'Carnaval by Paola Alexandra Soto (play w/ music)

Uña y Carne w/ Matthew Minnicino (short film)

Unannounced Film by Jose Rivera (screenplay)

Porcupine Girl by Leslie Ayvazian (play/story)

annA by Matthew Minnicino (play)

Christmas Cuff by Sumona Roy (screenplay)

Asfixia by Jorge Schultz (play - Spanish)

The Bear is Here by Greg Nanni (play)

The VENETIANS by Matthew Barbot (play)

From the play Loneliness by Greg Nanni: an actor sits on the floor surrounded by piles of clothes and a suitcase, another actor stands behind her between two chairs, watching

From Loneliness by Greg Nanni, directed by Kelly O'Donnell

Photo by Craig Mungavin

"You have an authentic dramaturgical voice, and clearly and genuinely enjoy locating meaning in other people's work (necessary in a great dramaturg)."   -Stephen Wadsworth, director

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