PROJECTS

Paul  executive produced and shares Story By credit for the pilot episode of CBS' reboot of MacGyver, starring Lucas Till and George Eads, directed by James Wan.

Paul  executive produced and shares Story By credit for the pilot episode of CBS' reboot of MacGyver, starring Lucas Till and George Eads, directed by James Wan.

The Downbeat, a one-hour drama from Executive Producers Ryan Seacrest, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Nina Wass, and Paul Downs Colaizzo, and written by Paul, is put into development at CBS.

The Downbeat, a one-hour drama from Executive Producers Ryan Seacrest, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Nina Wass, and Paul Downs Colaizzo, and written by Paul, is put into development at CBS.

CBS is developing a cop drama from Executive Producers Sarah Timberman, Carly Beverly, and Executive Produced and written by Paul.

CBS is developing a cop drama from Executive Producers Sarah Timberman, Carly Beverly, and Executive Produced and written by Paul.

  Paul signs a two-year overall deal with CBS Productions for network and cable television development.

 

Paul signs a two-year overall deal with CBS Productions for network and cable television development.

The pilot episode for LFE, a medical drama Executive Produced by Dan Jinks (American Beauty, Milk), directed by David Slade, starring Melissa Leo and Daniel Sharman, and written and co-Executive Produced by Paul is made for CBS.

The pilot episode for LFE, a medical drama Executive Produced by Dan Jinks (American Beauty, Milk), directed by David Slade, starring Melissa Leo and Daniel Sharman, and written and co-Executive Produced by Paul is made for CBS.

Dramatists Play Services acquires stock and amateur rights for Really Really.  

Dramatists Play Services acquires stock and amateur rights for Really Really.  

ABC buys one-hour drama Just Rewards for development, executive produced by Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, written and co-executive produced by Paul.

ABC buys one-hour drama Just Rewards for development, executive produced by Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers, written and co-executive produced by Paul.

Entertainment Weekly names Paul as one of the Top 10 "Next Wave" artists in Hollywood.

Entertainment Weekly names Paul as one of the Top 10 "Next Wave" artists in Hollywood.

Really Really and Paul win The Helen Hayes award, Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical. 

Really Really and Paul win The Helen Hayes award, Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical. 

Really Really, starring Zosia Mamet and Matt Lauria, directed by David Cromer, sells out a twice extended run Off-Broadway  at the Lucille Lortel Theater as part of MCC's season.

Really Really, starring Zosia Mamet and Matt Lauria, directed by David Cromer, sells out a twice extended run Off-Broadway  at the Lucille Lortel Theater as part of MCC's season.

Chicago's Victory Gardens Theater produces a  public reading of Paul's play For Tomorrow, Please Prepare.

Chicago's Victory Gardens Theater produces a  public reading of Paul's play For Tomorrow, Please Prepare.

Pride in the Falls of Autrey Mill opens at Arlington's Signature Theater, directed by Michael Kahn, starring Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner Christine Lahti.

Pride in the Falls of Autrey Mill opens at Arlington's Signature Theater, directed by Michael Kahn, starring Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner Christine Lahti.

Paul joins Ryan Murphy's show Open, in development at HBO, as a staff writer.

Paul joins Ryan Murphy's show Open, in development at HBO, as a staff writer.

Overlook Press publishes a trade publication of Really Really.

Overlook Press publishes a trade publication of Really Really.

Really Really is nominated for Outer Critics' Circle's Best New Off-Broadway Play. Paul is nominated for the John Gassner Award.

Really Really is nominated for Outer Critics' Circle's Best New Off-Broadway Play. Paul is nominated for the John Gassner Award.

ABC Family develops The Protected, adapted by Paul from the Spanish format.

ABC Family develops The Protected, adapted by Paul from the Spanish format.

Really Really premieres at Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA, breaking Signature Theatre box office records.

Really Really premieres at Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA, breaking Signature Theatre box office records.