What's Coming Up


Tara is excited to share that she is among the wonderful artists commissioned by Lauren Gunderson for the New Now Commission!

The plays will be eventually shared in some form (public reading, digital publications for sharing, audio play) when ready, and the artists will commit to discussing their work on a public space to share their vision, process, and story.

Stay tuned for what she'll write (a solo show perhaps). Be sure to check out all the commissioned artists here.


Tara is excited to share that she will be in residence with Alter Theatre as part of their 2020/21 Playwright Cohort! She will be writing a comedic play while in residence, and she is excited for the challenge. Learn more about the cohort and Alter Lab here!


Groundwater Arts has launched the Divest to Invest Campaign! We are asking 500 arts workers and 100 theaters to take a pledge to divest from fossil fuels. Read more about the campaign and sign the pledge here!


Tara has begun her M.F.A. in Directing at Brown University/Trinity Rep! She is still available for freelance directing and commissions, but she has relocated to the east coast.

October 7tn

Tara will be directing a reading of The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse at Princeton University. The reading is open to the public, and it will take place on the Princeton campus on Thursday, October 7th.

October 11th

Tara is thrilled to direct another new play by Drew Woodson titled Homeward with San Francisco Playhouse as part of their Zoomlet Series! The reading will be livestreamed, so check out their Facebook page for more.


There are some exciting updates that will be announced very, very soon! Check back later in the fall or follow Tara on socials to find out what's coming up!

Hamlet: El Príncipe de Denmark, photography by Russell Mills

The Flashpaper is now on sale!

Tara was among a select group of artists who wrote essays, plays, photo diaries, and comics addressing the state of theatre right now during COVID-19. Read her piece, "I Imagine a Just Theatre" alongside the amazing work of artists from across the country by clicking the link and purchasing a copy.

100% of the proceeds go to artists and the Indie Theatre Fund. 

The Flashpaper