I am the recipient of a 2019 Next Stage Director’s Residency through the Drama League. I’m excited for the resources to continuing working on the (tentatively titled) Nosejob, a piece about 9th century nuns, consent, and toxic masculinity. Read more about it in the press release here.
In 2017, I was honored with a Frank 5 Fellowship, which highlights five Swarthmore alumni who are doing inspiring work in the liberal arts. You can listen here to a brief series of podcasts which feature conversation between me and Tim Burke, my brilliant faculty partner.
Nell's current project, a community-generated piece that focuses on the work of home health aides, hospice workers, and family members caring for vulnerable relatives was featured in GeneroCity. Read more here.
Nell was asked to speak at her alma mater, Swarthmore College, about how a liberal arts education with an emphasis on social responsibility plays out in her work. To watch her full talk, "Engaging Communities Through Disruptive Art Practices", click here .