The Forgotten Girls

Writers Of The Future Award


Writer's Digest: Your Story (#102)


The Importance Of Being Oscar

Hollywood Fringe Festival

Encore Producer Award


The Day My Mother Left

Writers Of The Future Award

Honorable Mention


Jane Doe / John Doe

Writers Of The Future Award

Honorable Mention

A Picture Of Oscar Wilde

Writers Of The Future Award

Honorable Mention

A Picture Of Oscar Wilde

Best Late Night Play, Theatre Unleashed

Competition Finalist, O'ShadowFest


Cirque Des Soeurs Charity Fashion Show

Project NunwayLA

First Place Design Winner



Gold Spun

​"An enchanting retelling with memorable characters that will appeal to a broad range of fantasy readers. A strong choice.” —School Library Journal


A Picture Of Oscar Wilde

“Author and creation have a conversation, immortal character and dying human man, about life and art and desire.  Frankly, the whole thing proved so well-written I wanted a longer play.”

-The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses


“Wilde, seemingly at the end of his life debating his purpose with narcissism personified is an interesting way to deliver some of Wilde’s most iconic lines and humanize him a little in the process.”

- NoHo Arts District


“Passages is a one-act play festival of original works written and directed by Theatre Unleashed members that feature independent actors and theatre artists in the roles. It's just one example of how Theatre Unleashed works toward its pledge of supporting and growing the L.A. theatre community as a whole.”

- Broadway World

(A Picture Of Oscar Wilde premiered in Passages)

The Importance Of Being Oscar

“The writing is intelligent, thoughtful, and witty.”

-Mark Hein,


“A captivating look at the final tragic post prison years of Oscar Wilde’s life.”

- David Lucarelli, author of Tinseltown, The Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade Trilogy


“Dramatizes Wilde’s final chapter in a personal way.”

- Denzil Meyers, Comedy Death Star Podcast


“June is an obvious fan of Wilde’s work and I appreciated her smooth witty lines and how it genuinely felt like Wilde would say and act this way, nice.”

- Dan Sugimoto, Artistic Director for The Zoo Theatre


Good Morning Princess

“This was fun and fit into the format of the ten minutes very nicely indeed.”

-The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses