Writing Fragments Home

80 min : 2m 2f

Jay’s life isn’t going well. His girlfriend left him, he lost his job at Barnes and Noble and writer’s block has made his once promising playwriting career vanish. With nowhere else to go, Jay asks his Filipino immigrant mom if he can move back in with her while he tries to come up with an idea for his new play. This is fine with her, as long as Jay is willing to listen to her opinions on what it is he should be writing.  A comedy about art, family and culture - Writing Fragments Home follows the story of a young Filipino artist who must come face to face with his past, his family and his heritage in order to overcome writer’s block and discover his voice.

Click here for an excerpt from WRITING FRAGMENTS HOME

For Full Scripts and All Performance Rights Contact Jeffrey at: Jeffreyjflo (at) gmail.com 

Photos courtesy of Rogelio Barrera Jr. from the Asian American New Play Series


Selected History:

2016: Finalist, Bay Area Playwright's Festival

2016: Semi-Finalist, O'Neill Theater Center's Playwright's Conference

2016: Asian American New Play Series (Los Altos, CA) Reading

2014 : Oakland Asian Cultural Center (Oakland, CA) Reading

2012 : ACT Costume Shop (San Francisco, CA) Reading