Rehana's plays have been published with the Alexander Street Press, indietheaternow, and the New York Theatre Review, and her play Barriers was included on the curriculum at West Virginia University, Yale University and NYU, as well as looked at in-depth in the article, “Staging Diaspora” (First View of the Cambridge Journal of American Studies). She was the recipient of a 2012 NYSCA commission and a 2010 IAAC playwright residency with The Lark Development Center, a 2008-2010 TCG Future Leader fellowship with New Georges, a Leopold Schepp fellowship, a 2G residency, and a LMCC artist grant.
Dark Comedy, 1 hr, 40 min
A new play re-imagining the Bronte sisters living today in a Brooklyn brownstone. Emily is a burnt out prodigy. Charlotte is an underperforming genius. But only one can be the winner as they fight over selling their childhood home.
Drama, 1 hr, 45 min
Soldier X is about a generation that's spent more of their lives at war than at peace. It's a love triangle about a young soldier who comes back from Afghanistan and falls in love with his dead comrade's sister, only to have his military therapist fall in love with him.
A DISTANT RELATION
Dark Comedy: 90 min
Setting: Suburbs of Virginia
Bi-racial, lesbian, bio-geneticist Heather Ramos firmly believes that the Y chromosome is unnecessary. Until she discovers that she has a long-lost brother. With her on and off girlfriend Martha, Heather embarks on a trip to find this brother and put her world back in order again. But when she finds him, will she be able to handle what's hidden in her family tree?
Dark Comedy, 90 min
3(+) W, 4(+) M
Leela’s boyfriend has disappeared. So she goes into the Internet to find him. An Alice in Wonderland type adventure where malicious codes and white knight bloggers meet in a shifting world of everything’s at your fingertips but you can’t quite find what you’re looking for
PARTICLES OF PAKISTAN
Drama, 1 hr, 40 min
When 16-year-old Haroon gets suspended from his Michigan high school, his mother ships him off to Pakistan until he shapes up. But then he meets Mehreen, a young woman whose idol is a Physicist named Abdus Salam, whose research in the 50s, 60s, and 70s has led to the current-day discovery of the ‘God’ particle, a historical figure's past shapes his future.