MYTHFEST - Co-Creator & Producer of Mythfest.
Directed by Rebecca Goldberg, Produced by: Mythodical Ensemble
Three one-act plays dedicated to the women of classical mythology.
Letter From Helen - Persephone Vandegrift - Think you know the real Helen of Troy?
Hippolyta - Machelle Allman - Hippolyta justifies her reason for going to war.
Fate Demands It - Carolynne Wilcox - The cursed eternal struggle between Clytemnestra and Cassandra. Can we really change our fate or are our paths just pre-determined?
Read our review here: Drama In The Hood reviews MYTHFEST
The Last Nutcracker - Short, Com/Holiday themed
Dir: Rachel Delmar, Produced by: Rachel Delmar and Annex Theatre. 2012
Be Careful What You Wish For & It's Not Really Suicide, Is It?
May 2012 at Stone Soup Theatre's Double XX Fest
Be Careful What You Wish For - Sci-fi/comedy. Written for the 24 hour play fest that kicked off the 1st weekend of the XX festival.
It's Not Really Suicide, Is It? -. Official Selection. Short drama exploring the ramifications of a young soldier's suicide due to PTSD.
A Little Nightmare Before Your Christmas - Comedy, short. Official Selection for Freshwater Theatre's 'Awkward Moments' festival and published in their Awkward Moments Festival anthology. May 2011.
First Fifteen - Persephone received a small grant from Seattle's 4Culture to produce and curate the First Fifteen workshop for plays in process by local women writers. First Fifteen allowed women writers to hear 15 pages of their work in process, just started or just finished. This workshop atmosphere encouraged feedback and allowed other writers/actors taking part to offer constructive advice (if requested) which in turn helped the writer consider a variety of avenues for further development if needed.
Return of Helen & The Ticket - debuted at Open Circle Theatre's Eat My Shorts Festival in 2010. Return of Helen (directed by Ralph Fontaine) was voted audience favorite.
Revenge and Sorrow in Thebes - full length adaption of The Bacchae of Euripides. Voted by Seattle Weekly as one of the top 6 most memorable theatre events in Seattle for 2009.
The original review: R & V in Thebes review
Two - one-act poetic exploration into the supernatural and time travel. 1996, Union Garage, Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA.