Lando from I Am Not an Allegory (these are people i know), which we workshopped at Bowery Poetry Club in 2012. Lando was played by Matthew Murumba, and the whole thing was directed by Ali Ayala. Lando One winter when I was 5 years old I didn’t see anyone but my mother. That’s when I […]

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Lucretia Brown

Lucretia Brown is about 30 years old. LUCRETIAI had this friend once, in high school and she fucked me overfor this guy, totally betrayed me for him. And he betrayed me for her. Then when I saw her, at our five year reunion, and I knew that he fucked her over, left her pregnant and […]

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This one is from Bridge Over Sand.Caroline is an engineer. She’s realizing that very little has changed since middle-school.CAROLINEWhen I was in seventh grade we had to do these projects, these projects where we got partnered up with people. And I got partnered up with Billy, who was awful. He was like one of the […]

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This is a monologue from a two-hander I wrote called Pacific. It’s a mother and daughter piece. Awww. Carla is talking to her mom here. CARLAI wrote pornography.  I wrote about this lady reporter, traveling the country to cover breaking stories.  Her car broke down on a dark stormy night by the side of the […]

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The DJ

Here’s a monologue from Radio Mara Mara.The DJI was visiting my foster mom. She was suffering from dementia and didn’t always know who I was, but when she did I knew she was glad. She always taught me you look after your own, and even though we didn’t start out that way, we made each […]

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The Archivist

Here’s a monologue from Radio Mara Mara. ARCHIVISTWhat I really wanted was for there to be something special about my life. Something meaningful, something powerful. And I worked for years on that. On that special thing. And then it turns out that all the really meaningful things– all the Really meaningful things, are the same […]

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