The Plays


Full scripts, details, and excerpts for the plays listed here can be read on the New Play Exchange.


Chelsea is currently developing plays The Many Deaths of Kassie McGreevy, Judy Presley on a Binge (a new musical), a new reimagining of Frankenstein, and a currently untitled work about a rebellious public access TV show.

Her first play, 99 Impossible Things, premiered in LA in 2011. It is not available for production, but it features a Sea Monkey.
She thought you should know that.

Full Length Plays


Falling Slanted, Sad & Crazy

A dark comedy about a kidnapping gone bad, dead crows, and Twinkies.
*Finalist for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference & PlayPenn Playwrights Conference

The Graveyard Shift

A comedy about the graveyard shift at Sparky’s Burger Barn as it spins horribly out of control when late-night pranks go a little too far. 
*Finalist Reva Shiner Comedy Award

The Incredible Haunted House of Lew Mallory

Lew Mallory is about to lose her house – but she has one trick up her sleeve: a haunting. 


With Rogue Artists Ensemble 

Wood Boy Dog Fish

A modern macabre retelling of Carlo Collodi’s “The Adventures of Pinocchio.”

Kaidan Project: Walls Grow Thin

A multi-sensory, immersive, site-specific experience refracting ancient Japanese ghost stories through a modern, multi-cultural lens.

Señor Plummer’s Final Fiesta

Told through a patchwork of tall-tales, large-scale puppets, masks, music and a cast of 20 actors, Rogue Artists Ensemble electrifies Señor Plummer’s whimsical tales of early Los Angeles in a memory map that reflects back the communities of our modern city.


The Dead Woman

A dark comedy about two old friends who find a dead woman in an alley in LA...or do they? 
*Semi-Finalist for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and PlayPenn Playwrights Conference; Finalist Woodward/Newman and Stanley Drama Awards

The Sudden Urge to Jump

After her sister’s funeral, Laney tries to help her bumbling brother Witt revive his dying video store.  Witt’s friend Tate lends a hand to the effort – but brings more to the mix than Laney bargained for.

The Wall and the Dinosaur

A group of townies have submitted a lone, cement block wall for consideration as an historical monument, but are derailed by mysterious graffiti that can’t seem to be painted over.
*Humanitas PlayLA Award Winner


One Act Plays

The Reason Why I Lie
I Say Running Is Like Breathing
The Edge of a Disappearing Thing
All the Mees
Dot Dot Dot
The Grocery Story (or Blood Like Ribbons)
This Pile of Junk