Coming May 2019…

“Dig This: Close up on Pookie. She Is 14. She Is Awesome.”

Pookie Goes Grenading by JC Lee follows 14-year-old weirdo Pookie as she stops at nothing to put on her play—proving great art doesn’t come at a finite price. She gathers a rag-tag group of losers, including her high school counselor, to assist her. They laugh, they cry, they throw grenades. They learn to love. Cuz you can’t make art without he(art).  Or fire.

“Are you ready to get sticky, New Jersey(Marquette)? Cause whether you like it or not, there’s a big fat load heading your way. See you onstage.”


JC Lee (Playwright)
JC writes for theater, film and television. Recent plays include Relevance (MCC, NYC), warplay (New Conservatory Theatre Center, SF) and Luce (Lincoln Center Theatre, NYC) for which he co-wrote the film adaptation starring Naomi Watts and Octavia Spencer. He's received commissions from the Old Globe, South Coast Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage, the Playwright's Realm and New Conservatory Theatre Center.

His television credits include ABC's "How To Get Away With Murder," and both "Looking" and "Girls" on HBO, where he's developing a pilot based on "The Song Machine" by John Seabrook. He's currently working on the film adaptation of "The Nutcracker" for Warner Brothers with director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and a pilot based on the life of Mistress Trinity, a professional dominatrix, for FX. His play What You Are will premiere in the Spring of 2019 at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.

JC is a graduate of Bloomsburg University and The Juilliard School. He can be found online @jclee1230.

… Are you an “Artist Type”?

You got vision? Dig hip metaphors? Have the spirit of an ancient Amazonian? Wanna kick people in their heartballs? Audition for Pookie on January 17th at 6pm!