Scar Tissue

Play 

Written by Gabriel Rivas Romez

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented and Produced at the Company of Angels Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. 

January through February, 2011



This production was part of a fesitval called FATIGUED that showcased plays about the casualties of war when Veterans come home.

​**Published in the BEST AMERICAN SHORT PLAYS OF 2010-2011.

Lee, a returning vet, raises unwanted questions and emotions for the doctor that is attempting to perform a risky and experimental surgery on him. The doctor must come face to face with her own demons concerning a child in comba​t.

 






Serpentine Pink

Play 

Written by Megan Breen

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented at the Company Creation Festival at the Son of Semele Theatre in Silverlake, CA.

January and February, 2013.  



It was produced by the emerging theatre collective By The Souls Of Our Feet.

​For this production, there was a web component to the play where characters and enviorments were introduced through various photographs, videos, poems, blogs, and more months before the show opens. There are also blogs and videos to give audiances insight into our process.  

Visit www.SerpentinePink.com for this online play development. 


In the weird, wild west of the Joshua Tree desert, a beautiful biker named Jaymee tries to win back her adorably trailer trash lover Henrietta, after throwing acid onto her face. With the cosmic aid of Andra, an ethereal psychic, and her devoted companion Shaman, supernaturally emotional forces emerge in their pursuit to heal

 






WIG OUT!

By Tarell Alvin MCcraney

Directed by Nathan Singh

 

*Chicago Premiere*

Presented at The Theatre School at Depaul University

April 14 - 23, 2017

Welcome to the underground drag scene, a place where many queer individuals create families for themselves. The legendary House of Lights is one such family. As they prepare for a competitive ball with a rival house, each member confronts their identity within the family. Wig Out! is an electrifying tale of community, queer sub-culture, and sexuality by Theatre School alumnus Tarell Alvin McCraney.

 



 



 

 

WIG OUT!

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

IN THE BLOOD

The Children's Hour

By Lillian Hellman

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented at The Theatre School at DePaul University (Chicago, IL)

November. 2015

Karen and Martha run an all-girls boarding school in New England in the 1930s. One of the girls spreads a vicious rumor about their sexuality that ends up destroying their entire lives. 

 



 



 

 

SCAR TISSUE

SERPINTINE PINK

IN THE BLOOD

By Suzan Lori-Parks

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented at The Theatre School at DePaul University (Chicago, IL)

January, 2016 in the Healy Theatre.

 

 

Hester la Negrita is a homeless single mother of five who dreams of finding beauty and love for her family despite her poverty-stricken life. As she struggles to defy the odds, she runs into a series of harsh and unexpected obstacles.

 



 



 

 

See What I Wanna See

Musical

Music and Words by Michael John LaChuisa

Directed by Nathan Singh

Produced by Musical Theatre Repetory at the University of Southern California (USC). 

October, 2009



Michael John LaChiusa’s three-part musical explores lust, greed, murder and redemption through the stories of a 1950s murder noir, a priest’s crisis of faith, and the final tryst of two lovers. A lush musical score combining jazz, pop, classical and Asian influences drives the story telling in this virtuosic piece of Music Theatre.  





 








SEE WHAT I WANNA SEE

BUNK

Play 

Written by Julie Taiwo Oni

Directed by Nathan Singh

Presented at the Company Creation Festival at the Son of Semele Theatre in Silverlake, CA.

January and February, 2014.  



It was produced by MaIM Theatre Company.

​Bunk is a new play by Nigerian-American Playwright Julie Taiwo Oni. It tells the story of Wade and Ade, an African-American and a Nigerian man who are paired together to construct a bunk bed for an on-site interview with a construction company. Through their journey to assemble this supposedly simple piece of furniture, they bond and battle as they come to recognize that what they assumed about each other’s backgrounds is not exactly the whole story. 

 

 



 



 

 

BUNK