Fly specializes in the conception, construction, and reception of narrative and non-narrative experiences with an interest in new work development and devising, as well as in the classical play and heightened text.
Fly is passionate about dramaturgy-driven season selection, community & audience engagement, and educational program and curriculum development – both in academic and arts-based institutions.
Fly has extensive experience in generating conventional production dramaturgy materials, as well as experimental dramaturgy such as art installations and interactive activities and counter-texts to engage with and enrich the experience of the audience and the creative team.
Fly studied Affective Devising and the Moment Work devising technique developed by Tectonic Theatre Project with Professor Greg Pierotti at The University of Arizona.
Click below for selections of conventional dramaturgy compiled for production:
Dramaturgy for Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl for Scoundrel & Scamp, Tucson 2018
Dramaturgy for Endgame by Samuel Beckett, Arizona Repertory Theatre, 2017
Dramaturgy for Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus, 2017
Program Note Samples, Various Theatres, 2017-2019