Fly’s plays have been developed at theatres and arts-based institutions around the country, including Woven Theatre, Spooky Action Theater, The Battery Factory, and Peck School of the Arts, among others.

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Frozen Fluid | Insignificance | Bell and Bliss | Love is a Horse | Avant Garde

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Fly’s work explores the intersections and oscillations of history, myth, and contemporary experience through the (de)construction and performance of identity, memory, and the body in space and time.

Fly’s writing is highly visual, informed by dance and the plastic arts, and resonates at times with language more as music or pattern than straight narrative or text. Their work is influenced by the Moment Work devising technique, which informs their approach to playwriting via a post-dramatic, post-modern lens and the incorporation of primary research materials into the text.

Frozen Fluid

A Gender Non-Conforming Creation Myth

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Insignificance is Sickening and Love Means Nothing at All;
All it is is the Strength to Keep Going On No Matter What Happens

An adaptation of Chekov’s Three Sisters

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Bell and Bliss

A rapturous tale of the assassination of President Garfield

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Love is a Horse with a Broken Leg Trying to Stand while 45,000 People Watch

A substance-soaked play in three movements

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Meet Me at the Avant Garde

A Play about Folk Blues Music in Milwaukee

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