As a playwright, Emma writes singing stones and swallows that carry letters between worlds. She re-imagines and re-vitalizes female voices that might not otherwise be heard. Her current work focuses on marginalized female characters in myth and folklore.
Emma’s plays have been performed at the McCarter Theatre Lab, Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts, and at Theatre Intime in Princeton, NJ.
Emma’s play, Trailing Rhiannon, was featured on the Princeton University homepage, accompanied by this video by Nick Donnoli.
a play with songs, interweaving Celtic folk music with the storytelling tradition that thrives in the windswept hills of Wales to reimagine a fiercely outspoken Welsh heroine
a one act about a rabbit lost in Ikea, Christmas at a drive-in, and finding home in unexpected places
an original immersive theatre piece imagining Shakespeare’s Ophelia’s final moments on the riverbank