The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum: Spiral Ramp Library, part of the exhibition Wang Jianwei: Time Temple. October 30, 2014.
Playing Storytelling, created with visiting Finnish artists Jenni-Elina Lehto, Susanna Hannus, and Juhana von Bagh, in association with Brooklyn College, The Living Theatre. 2012.
The Guggenheim Museum: stillspotting nyc – “Transhistoria”, Jackson Heights, Queens. 2012.
Jen Kosky Dance Theater: Hurricane T, The Gershwin Hotel, Triskelion Split Bill, and SOAK 2012 at CAVE. 2012.
Dixon Place HOT Festival 2011: Leggo My Ego, by Corinne Donly. .Media Gallery.
FringeNYC 2011: Sanyasi2011 by Rabindranath Tagore, The Kraine Theater. .Media Gallery.
Incubator Short Form 2009: I Know, conceived and directed by Heidi Carlsen and Miranda K. Hardy, St. Mark’s Church.
Poiesis Theatre Project: [The] Ophelia Landscape, conceived and directed by Naum Panovski, Mark Morris Dance Center. .Media Gallery.
FringeNYC 2007: Lucid, The Cherry Lane Theatre. .Media Gallery.
Vilde Chaya Productions: A Bright Room Called Day (“Baz”), The Episcopal Actor’s Guild. .Media Gallery.
The Heights Players: Anna In the Tropics (“Juan Julián”) .Media Gallery.; The Crucible (“Rev. Hale”). .Media Gallery.
Nosedive Productions: The Blood Brothers Present… The Master of Horror .Media Gallery.; Dying Goldfish .Media Gallery.; The Little One .Media Gallery.; A Very Nosedive Christmas Carol. .Media Gallery.
Variant Theatre Company: Private Lives of the Third Reich, a Brecht composite. .Media Gallery.
Waterloo Bridge Playhouse: King Lear (“Oswald”); The Importance of Being Earnest (“Lane/Merriman”).
Rorschach Theatre: Monster (“Victor Frankenstein”) .Media Gallery.; MYTH-Appropriation: The Bloody, Strange and Wicked Origins of St Nicholas; MYTH-Appropriation: The Brothers Grimm.
The Folger Shakespeare Theatre: The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s King Lear (“Edgar/Edmund/Fool” understudy); Suzan-Lori Parks’s 365 Days/365 Plays.
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum: No Way Out.