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"Pizza or spam. Important, not important. Bad half, good half. American, Immigrant."

Tornkid just wants to belong: at school, at home, in their own skin. But that's a lot harder than it seems. So what does Tornkid do? Literally tear themself in two. Tricky thing is, their Other Half runs away with their voice, deep into a land both achingly familiar and unfamiliar. Be a part of Tornkid's elemental journey to literally find themself.

Co-Produced by the Baltimore Asian Pasifika Arts Collective and Cohesion Theatre Company (Baltimore, MD)


Baltimore Run: May 23-June 9, 2019


The Tank's

LadyFest Run: August 8-11



5 (5 W and/or NB AAPI folks)


Southeast Asian Folklore, Identity Play, Realistic Magic, Interactive, Family-friendly


Wendell & Pan


Life's hard when you're 11, your only friend is the ghost of your 12-year-old dead aunt, your sister wishes she could be on the other side of her cellphone, your parents make every room frigid, and your sick grandpa wants you to kill him. Presented by The Skeleton Rep and The Tank, WENDELL & PAN is a magical dramedy about loneliness, the strange nature of grief, and that moment in your childhood that reverberates with every step you take into the adult world.

Co-Produced by The Skeleton Rep and The Tank in New York City

January 10th-20th, 2019



5 (3 W, 2 M or 2 W, 2 M, 1 NB)


Dark Dramedy, Realistic Magic, Family Mystery



Void - New Play by Katelynn Kenney

A timeless room, a little white stone, a wish.
Helen, an aspiring actress stuck in her hometown, stumbles upon a stranger’s suicide attempt in her own bedroom. And Joan, suicidal Filipino folklore enthusiast and self-proclaimed relative, knows that Helen is at a fork in the road herself.
With evocative spectacle and a dusting of dark humor, VOID delves into the relationships formed between strangers and with family, and the unsettling ease and complexities of both. The journey of these two women weaves a tightening loop of destiny and choice, of death and revival.

    Workshop Production at The Tank - June 2018

    Produced by The Skeleton Rep

    Directed by Benjamin-Ernest Abraham

     Reading at Primary Stages' ESPA - April 2017

     Directed by Benjamin-Ernest Abraham


   2 W, AAPI


Dark Dark Dark Dramedy, Realistic Magic, Suicide/Depression, Mother/Daughter


Goblin Girls

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Mr. Bell was a walking cliche looking for a story to write, and he found one in an unlikely place —a panhandling performer named Puck. The story he was given: the origin and adventure of two girls raised by a goblin in a magical world hidden among New York City's underground. When Puck disappears, two girls find their way to Mr. Bell's doorstep, claiming Puck as their guardian. Their mission: to find their Puck at all costs. And, when a secret goblin plot unravels, maybe save humanity in the process.

Goblin Girls is a contemporary fairy tale, coming-of-age story, and morality play, about the misfits of the world and how humans can often be more monstrous than the monsters in their own stories.


   Reading, Skeleton Rep Salon Series

   March 2018

   Reading, Monstrous Little Theatre Company

   March 2018

   Reading at Primary Stages' ESPA

    December 2017


 Simple description - 7    

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Action/Adventure, Heroes Tale, Realistic Magic, Fantasy Epic, CliFi (Climate Fiction)


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