Lead Producer of the award-winning, full-length one act play written by Max Mondi and directed by Tomer Adorian.
Synopsis: Gail and Ben have been together for nearly ten years, and their relationship appears to be thriving: a new job, a new city, and a brand new baby boy on the way. But as the realities of marriage and family life becomes a little too real for her, Gail retreats to the "pause room" where she decides to sit on the toilet of their luxury mobile home and never get up. As the outside world that Gail has always known starts to slip away, we have to ask: was it ever really there to begin with?
Inspired by real-life events, Maybe Tomorrow is a tragicomical, meta-theatrical experience that explores the obstacles and tolls of marriage, and also the very medium of theatre and its meaning. It’s an absurdist tale about love, fame, and a toilet.
(Winner, Overall Excellence in a Play, NY Fringe; Winner, Fringe Favorite, NY Fringe)