"I suspect, with all of that material, that there is a full-length play in there. We who will now follow the talented Justin McDevitt will just have to wait until it comes to fruition." - ONE Magazine
Review of TELL ME HOW I DID
Interview with Nitelife Exchange for THREE TALL QUEENS
"At NYU I studied theatre as it related to depression and mental health. Any time I could bring Blanche DuBois into the conversation, I would. I’ve always existed in the world of Tennessee Williams, Eugene O’Neill and Albee. My writing focuses on the dark underbelly of American life, or, as Chandilier describes it, “Gay filth.” This show is a unique challenge because it was the first time I got to write from the perspective of a queer woman."
"These three queens are one remarkable woman! Three Tall Queens is a fascinating, often horrifying and ultimately inspiring serio-comic theater piece" - Nitelife Exhange
Read the full review of THREE TALL QUEENS here
"Honey Fitz is a two act drama I began writing seven years ago as an assignment for my senior playwriting class at NYU. I never intended for the play to become what it is today. Honey takes place on the closing night at a local pub where its ghostly regulars return one last time to say goodbye. It is my second play and has changed so much since its first public reading at Theater for the New City in 2018. Since then the show has had three additional readings and a workshop production. I like to think of Honey as my second single, so it’s my “Poker Face.”
Interview with Theater in the Now