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.
A dark comedy about a kidnapping gone bad, dead crows, and Twinkies.
*Finalist for the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference & PlayPenn Playwrights Conference
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
Lew Mallory is about to lose her house – but she has one trick up her sleeve: a haunting.
A modern macabre retelling of Carlo Collodi’s “The Adventures of Pinocchio.”
A multi-sensory, immersive, site-specific experience refracting ancient Japanese ghost stories through a modern, multi-cultural lens.
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.
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
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.
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
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