Work Samples

Video clips of the Infinity Plays in rehearsal and performance

ALiEN8 Trailer – Drexel University. Trailer for the Fall, 2019 premiere production directed by Nick Anselmo.
Finale – ALiEN8 – Drexel University, Nick Anselmo, Director. Recorded in November of 2019 at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. ALiEN8 premiered with a cast of college students and professionals. In “Is Anybody Out There,” the ensemble welcomes possible outsiders the their small town while using the gestural language they created.
“What I Mean” from the Drexel University production of ALiEN8. The stranger, known only as 8, teaches the students at Festial High a new gesture-based language, giving them a new way to communicate.
Clean Slate – “State Your Name” Ignition Arts Workshop, Greg DeCandia, Director. Recorded in the Spring of 2018 at the Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma City, OK. A young woman named Cassie, tries to find her way through the woods in attempt to find her way home.
Clean Slate – “Still Life” Ignition Arts Workshop, Greg DeCandia, Director. Recorded in the Spring of 2018 at the Lyric Theatre in Oklahoma City, OK. Andi’s prospective adoptive mothers grapple with the choice to move forward with her adoption

Illuminate – Developmental online workshop, Ignition Arts, video by Greg DeCandia. Trailer describing the story and creative process behind Illuminate.

Illuminate – “Weft of the Weave” – an optilay from the Ignition Arts online workshop. Anonymous and fragmented in nature, an optilay is a visual interpretation of a song with choreography, puppetry and/or art that enhances the lyrics and draws on the specific skills of the artists involved. Because of social distancing, the music in this clip was recorded in advance. The optilay was performed live with 4 ensemble members. 
Optilogue from Illuminate workshop – “Vida Wakes.” Anonymous in nature, an optilogue is a visual piece that maximizes the medium in which it is presented to create a sense of place, revealing subtext and encouraging the audience to examine the text. This optilogue was performed live in real time with the help of seven ensemble members both on and off camera.