Sunday, August 16 at 3 pm
Tampa Repertory Theatre

The aftermath of war and the tiny, daily acts of heroism that never earn a medal. An online performance by Tampa Repertory Theatre, directed by L. Peter Callender.

This play was written from the start for diverse casting, knowing that’s historically inaccurate. But I never want to write a play that only white actors can be in.

Black and Latinx actors have performed beautifully in readings in NYC, Chicago, Austin and Tampa. This marks the first time the entire cast will be actors of color. A benefit for Tampa Rep –


Three Dancers, Three Visual Artists
Two Filmmakers and One Composer

Fall 2020
The Studio@620, St. Petersburg

Tony Palms – A Distorted Map of the World Made of Onion and Garlic Skins, and Used Tea Bags

A short film on disconnection, re-connection – and finding new ways to connect.

A collaborative creation with choreographer Paula Kramer, director Jim Rayfield. . . dancers Helen Hansen French, Fernando Chonqui and Jessica Obiedzinski. . . visual artists Carrie Jadus, Tony Palms and Ana Maria Vasquez. . . filmmakers Eugenie Bondurant and Mary Rachel Quinn. . . and pianist-composer Tom Sivak.

This project is made possible thanks to a St. Pete Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant and Paula Kramer’s Creative Pinellas Professional Artist Grant.

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September 2020
Broadwaters Theatre
, Hollywood CA
 2Cents Theatre Group’s Acting Out INK Festival.

A screenwriter has spent her career killing the same actor over and over. Now that actor is asking her to rewrite his wife’s recent – and very real – death.