I write plays that question globalization by constructing “play-worlds”–or models for contemporary global issues–from a collage of sources such as international relations, sociology, cultural studies, psychology, mass-media, pop-culture, Western and Eastern spirituality, and integrate these ideas through a fusion of different arts.

Then, I create characters to live in these play-worlds based on my personal experiences and travels, and use deadpan humor, cruelty, dance, absurdity, religiosity, traumatic behavior, and hyper-sexuality to bring play-worlds and characters together.

I structure my plays in this form to explore my own experience living in the world, and in collaboration of diverse artists and audiences in the theater, I search for creative solutions to social injustices that can transcend the boundaries of race, gender, or state.