Meet the Writers & Directors

Are you a writer or director and interested in participating in our next showcase? Send your info and play to
At this time we're focused on short 10-15 minute plays, but we are open to sketch, screenplay scenes, and more!

Mallory Davis



- Swithensby & the General - 4/23/21

Mallory Davis (she/her) is an artist living and working in Spokane, WA. She has worked in the area teaching and directing children, acting in local theatre and film, and creating installation work for visual art organizations in Spokane. Most recently she played Christmas Eve in Avenue Q, a role that brought her back to her alma mater, Eastern Washington University, where she received a BA in Theatre. She is a former member of the Richmond Art Collective, visual artist collective, and has worked in creating installation art, “artscapes" with Window Dressing and Spokane Arts, for city wide events like the Get Lit! Festival.


Jack Mulcahy



- Disclosure -  4/23/21

Jack is a Multi-Award-Winning actor, writer and producer. He has spent the better part of his life in the entertainment business with over 150 film and television credits to his name.

His indie darling The Brothers McMullen won Best Picture at the Sundance Film Festival. Jack is thrilled to have his screenplay DISCLOSURE staged by the good people at From the Couch Theatre! 

Twitter: @JackMulcahyIII
IG: jackmulcahythe3rd

Drew Pisarra


Playwright :

- Misery & Good Fortune - 4/23/21


Drew Pisarra is the author of the short story collection You're Pretty Gay and the poetry collection Infinity Standing Up. A literary grantee of Cafe Royal Cultural Foundation and Curious Elixirs: Curious Creators, he's currently working on the radio play The Strange Case of Nick M., commissioned by Imago Theater.

Twitter: @mistermysterio 

Photo by: Steven Burton c/o Cafe Royal Cultural Foundation

Jess Thomas

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- Isolation Experiment -  9/26/2020

- Swithensby & the General  - 4/23/21

Jess Thomas is an all-around theatre and film-type fella, holding a BA in Theatre and a BA in Film from Eastern Washington University.

After graduating, Jess moved to San Francisco and never looked back. He has worked with several local theatre companies, including SF Theatre Pub, AMIOS West, The Dark Room, and The Cutting Ball Theater as an actor, director, writer, producer, and stage manager. He has been seen onstage with Ross Valley Players, Quantum Dragon Theater, SHOTZ, Awesome Theatre, and First Person Singular.

Writers & Directors of Past Showcases