Theatre/Performance Art

Questions of gender and sexual identity are posed in a new light each night in this full-length comedy about dating in the modern age. With a script designed such that every character can be played by an actor of any gender without changing a single line of dialogue, six actors trade roles each night to present a series of conversations that carry different implications with every performance.

2-hour comedy. Cast of 8.

- "Barrett's script is incredibly witty"
- "it's a very, very funny play"
- "I definitely plan to attend at least one more performance"


"This could be the first time a theatre has done this.”

-Salem Weekly News

The first person perspective of a 24-year-old girl diagnosed with cancer, dealing with all the normal stuff: online dating, finding love, going bald, making awkward YouTube videos and ... oh, you know, trying not to die or whatever.

80-minute 1-woman show.

"Barrett's brazen and self-deprecating narration... leaves you in awe of her boundless wit, strength, candor and lust for life."

-Willamette Week, Favorite Moments From Fertile Ground

Rae’s life is forced into a standstill when she is diagnosed with cancer during her senior year in high school. Confined to the hospital, she faces a fraught relationship with her sister, a failed romance, and feelings of isolation in a hyper-connected, digital world.


2 hours. Cast of 8-30+

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A Civil War Era romantic comedy inspired by real columns from the city's most popular weekly newspaper: The Golden Era. It's 1863. A peculiar young woman enters the Lick House Hotel Saloon, looking for a job as a journalist. What she finds is a new side of herself she didn't know she had, and a chance at a life she didn't know she wanted. Battles rage between North and South, between rival publishing companies, and between the inclinations of her own heart.

2 hours. Cast of 11-13.

Currently being adapted for the NYTimes recommended "Storybound" Podcast

An imaginary friend, a favorite stuffed bunny, a doll who may or may not be alive, and other childhood experiences inspire a young woman to pursue a career in television...for better or worse.

60-minute 1-woman show.

At first they appear to be two young strangers waiting for the bus. A young couple confronts questions of gender, sexuality, and who they really are.


10 minute play. Cast of 3.


"Nick Bradley Might Be an Alcoholic" - 2010 - Writer / Director / Producer
Producers: Stuber Productions and Farah Films

Half-hour comedy

"Undocumented" - 2011 - Writer

Producer:  Michael Wortsman (Hollywood Laundromat)

Half-hour comedy

"Kevosier" - 2011 - Writer / Director
Producer:  Michael Wortsman (Hollywood Laundromat)

Half-hour comedy

"Big in Albuquerque" - 2012 - Writer

Stuber Productions and Farah Films

"Accidental Criminals" - 2017 - Writer

Animated series, in progress