Notes on My Mother’s Decline

Notes on My Mother’s Decline Written 2014 – 2018 1 Man, 1 Woman Notes on My Mother’s Decline is the story of a mother and a son – her ongoing illness, and their troubled relationship. It is the most personal play I’ve ever written, the most difficult, and
Continue Reading →

Proud Son

A play by Shu Matsui. Translated from the Japanese by Andy Bragen and Kyoko Yoshida. English version first performed at Ohio Northern University in April 2013, in a production directed by Desdemona Chiang. 3m, 3f, full-length. A darkly comic, strange and whimsical critique of contempo
Continue Reading →

Don’t You F**king Say a Word

Don’t You F**king Say a Word Written 2013 – 2015 Cast of 4 (two female, two male) Production at 59e59 in November 2016, directed by Lee Sunday Evans, performed by Michael Braun, Jennifer Lim, Bhavesh Patel and Jeanine Serralles, Published and licensed by Playscripts, Inc.
Continue Reading →

Game, Set, Match

A ten minute monologue, presented by Clubbed Thumb in the Take Five Festival, 2007.  Produced in the East Village Chronicles at the Metropolitan Playhouse, 2012. I’ve written a lot about tennis. This was the first piece, loosely inspired by the NYC blackout of August 2003.
Continue Reading →

The Hairy Dutchman

The Hairy Dutchman  Written 2008-2009 Cast of 12-13 (Seven female, five or six male) Reading with Babel Theatre Company in January 2009. Production at the University of Rochester in April 2009. Commissioned by the University of Rochester’s International Theatre Program, The Hair
Continue Reading →

Visiting Day

Written 2007-2009 Cast of two (One man, one woman) A husband and wife whose chage becomes an unsettling and gripping dark comedy about two people who love each other to distraction. Initially developed with Electric Pear Productions. Workshopped at Sewanee: The University of the South
Continue Reading →

Mother Earth

Written 2006-2008 Cast of Six (Three female, three male) During a hot New York summer, Leo stews on his stoop, obsessing over the fate of the earth, yet entirely unable to come to terms with his mother’s chronic illness. Mother Earth is a comedy that explores neighborhood, activ
Continue Reading →

Mobro

Custom Description Area
Continue Reading →

Like a Butterfly, My Nostalgia

Written by Masataka Matsuda. Translated from the Japanese by Kyoko Yoshida and Andy Bragen Translation commissioned by Minneapolis’ Playwrights Center. Presented at the Playlabs Festival in July 2007. I’m a huge fan of Matsuda-san’s play. It’s funny, intimate and precise. It’s o
Continue Reading →

Ranch Home

Written 2007-2010 Cast of seven (4 Women, 3 men) Commissioned by Clubbed Thumb as part of their Biennial Commission program. Developed with Clubbed Thumb in workshops directed by Jose Zayas and Pam MacKinnon. Optioned by Tiny Dancer Films. I used to visit Phoenix, Arizona when I was a
Continue Reading →

Wordpress site Developed by BN Web Design