Nancy’s short plays have been produced nationally and internationally.
Daniil Kharms: A Life In One Act and Several Dozen Eggs is an hour-long show based on the life and works of the Russian absurdist writer Daniil Kharms and his real-life imaginary brother. It was given readings at the Great Plains Theater Conference and as part of Virago Theatre’s New Works Series. Her full-length plays are Anna and the Blackbird (The Blank Theater’s Living Room Series, LA) and The Trouble with Catherine (Dramatists’ Guild Footlight Reading, San Francisco).
Nancy is a member of the Dramatists’ Guild. She’s taken part in Will Dunne’s dramatic writing Workshops and as well as Playwright’s Foundation workshops led by Octavio Solis, Eugenie Chan and D.W. Jacobs.
Her feature articles and humor essays have been published in a variety of publications including The New York Times and the anthology The Unsavvy Traveller. She won the award for Best Essay at the 2000 Book Passage Travel Writers’ and Photographers’ Conference. She has taught literature and Russian language at the college level.