Full Length (4W/2M)
A neuroscientist uses her revolutionary consciousness transferral technology to inhabit her dead husband’s body, learning uncomfortable truths about her genius and her marriage.
THE TIP OF THE TONGUE
Full Length (2W/1M)
A young artist seeks mentorship from a famous veteran known for her risqué photographs. As their relationship grows into more intimate− and dangerous− territory, their individual secrets threaten to destroy their bond, their reputations, and their careers.
One Act (2W/1M)
Two scientists, one in deep space, the other at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, connect to study quantum entanglement or “spooky action at a distance.” They talk, fight, fall in love, and wonder if they’re going insane. All through a two-way radio, connecting people who are further apart than anyone has ever been before.
KARLA’S LAST POST
One Act (1W)
Inspired by Samuel Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape.” Karla revists vlogs memorializing the past 30 years of her life, reminding herself of who she was and what she’s lost.
10 Minute (1W/1M)
Two strangers of very different backgrounds find a tenuous sense of trust over their shared backyard fence.
10 Minute (3W)
Inspired by Samuel Beckett’s “That Time,” this experimental piece explores the complexity of memory and regret.
TV & Film
Feature / Drama
When Maggie, the queer, polyamorous blacksheep of her conventional family, discovers a secret cache of photographs revealing her father’s adventuresome past, she launches a charm offensive to lure him back to his wild ways.
30 Minute Pilot / Family Comedy
The four Kedrowski brothers, only slightly mourning the death of their emotionally distant dad, are surprised to inherit nothing but a crumbling campground. They’re doubly surprised when they learn the campground is already being run by their father’s secret second family.
30 Minute Pilot / Family Drama
A fading rockstar reconnects with her estranged child on the tour she hopes will reignite her career.
Getting It is an empowering guide to casualsex and hooking up from sex educator and Girl Sex 101 author Allison Moon. A comprehensive and fun-to-read guidebook for people of all sexual identities and experience levels, Getting It covers all the bases of hook-up culture from first moves and sex etiquette to navigating nonmonogamy and sexual health.
“If you only plan to read one book about sex, ever, make it this one.”– Autostraddle
Girl Sex 101 is a sex-ed book like no other, offering helpful info for ladies and lady-lovers of all genders and identities, playful and informative illustrations on each page, and over 100 distinct voices, plus a hot narrative that shows you how to put the info to good use! Learn how to navigate the twists and turns of female sexuality, with special guidance from thirteen guest sex educators including Nina Hartley, Sex Nerd Sandra, Jiz Lee, Dirty Lola, Sunny Megatron, Julia Serano, Reid Mihalko, and more!
“Clear, frank, and refreshingly without shame” – Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
Furry-style fox hunts, breaking into waterparks, and masturbating in trees. It’s all just part of the queer life of author and sex-educator Allison Moon. This collection of 18 memoirs celebrates the humor and tenderness of falling in and out of love and in and out of bed.
Allison Moon is the author of five books including the instant classic sex-ed guide Girl Sex 101. Inspired by her sex education work, Moon writes screenplays, stage plays, and teleplays that explore the complexities of identity, sexuality and eroticism, particularly when interfacing with technology. She has a degree in Neuroscience and Theatre from Oberlin College and is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing for the Performing Arts at UC Riverside (’24).
Her play ZERO STATE was an O’Neill Semifinalist (2022) and part of the Bay St. Theater’s 2022 Title Wave New Works Festival.THE TIP OF THE TONGUE was produced in the 2021 Fresh Fruit Festival of LGBT Plays and received a reading at the Come Inside Theater Festival in Portland, OR.
She received two special recognitions from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for writing and directing an adaptation of LYSISTRATA.
Moon’s books have received awards including The Golden Crown Literary Award, Rainbow Book Awards, and Bi Book Awards, as well as starred reviews from Publisher’s Weekly.
She was a Lambda Literary Emerging LGBT Writers resident.