Hunger In Paradise - Set against the backdrop of the 1921 Tulsa riots, Hunger In Paradise introduces the audience to the citizens of Greenwood , a thriving area of black-owned businesses and prosperity. When proprietor Damie Rowland's adopted son "D" becomes involved with a white woman, racial tensions explode into violence and destruction, irreversibly altering the relationships among the Greenwood and Tulsa neighbors. Selected for the National Black Theatre Festival Readers Series.

SingleVille- is an exploration of the lives of three women striving to navigate through the thicket of love, singlehood and survival.