Super excited to be diving into Max Keane's wild, weird, experimental, poignant play, The Emancipation of Sugar & Baby, or Without Daddy, We Die. I play Sugar, "a spicy cockatoo and possible prophet". Oh, and I voice all of Baby's talking gems... This play is part of Weasel Fest, short for Bring a Weasel and a Pint of Your Own Blood, a festival which will present five short plays written by the brilliant MFA students of Brooklyn College! Two days only, at the Brick Theater in Williamsburg!
Peppa Pig Live National Tour
I'm currently on the road in the National Tour of Peppa Pig Live as a swing! Learning puppetry and covering five different actor tracks has been a crazy, awesome experience, and I've already gotten to swing on in my first week with the tour! I'll be jumping in muddy puddles across the USA & Canada through December 30th!
Pinkalicious the Musical:
I am so thrilled to be playing Pinkalicious in Vital Theatre's production off-Broadway at Soho Playhouse! As a teaching artist, I've read this book to kiddos more times than I can count, which makes this role all the more exciting for me. The show is a blast! Visit pinkaliciousthemusical.com to learn more!
Judy Moody & Stink
I had the pleasure of playing Judy Moody in ArtsPower Theatre's filmed production of the musical, Judy Moody and Stink for their On Demand library! I LOVED these books as a kid and had a blast bringing this quirky sassy kiddo to life on stage (& screen)!
Little Fox: Birthday Fairies Audiobook
I had a blast voicing Bumble (plus several extra roles) in Birthday Fairies, Little Fox's newest ESL audiobook series! Bumble is, "the youngest fairy, and is clumsy but cute. He lacks confidence and makes a lot of mistakes, but tries his best to learn." Watch it here! It's always a pleasure to do voiceover work with Little Fox - to hear more of my V/O work with Little Fox, click here!
November 8th, 2020:
Women's Theatre Festival - Occupy the Stage 2020
Occupy The Stage 2020 is a virtual staged reading marathon of never before produced works by women, trans and non-binary folx happening November 6-8.
I'm in the play, Futures Past - 4 Scenes from Post-COVID America, which airs Sunday, November 8th, at 9am.
April - June, 2020:
"Biscuit" the Musical National Tour
So excited to be going on tour as Biscuit in
Biscuit the Musical
with Artspower National Touring Company!
Can't wait to play this rambunctious pup and share this uplifting story with kiddos across the country!
The tour runs April 16th-June 7th, and we'll be making stops in FL, GA, OH, MI, NY, ON (Canada), NJ, NH, MA, and CT! More info available here!
Something, Somewhere, Somehow
Super fun staged reading coming up! I'll be playing the role of Trudy in Something, Somewhere, Somehow, a zany comedy about the almost murderous underbelly of Indie theatre...
January 6th, 2020:
She Kills Monsters
Catch me in Holmdel Theatre Company's
Monthly Staged Reading Series! I'll be playing
Farrah the Faerie and Evil Tina.
November, 2019 :
I will be playing the role of Beth in Holmdel Theatre Company's production of Little Women!
Looking forward to playing such a sweet soul in a musical that's very close to my heart! Tickets available at this link!
July, 2019 :
Teaching Artist, Brooklyn Acting Lab
I'm thrilled to begin teaching at Brooklyn Acting Lab! I'll be working with elementary through high school students in immersive camps and classes focused on building confidence and collaboration through theatre. Classes at BAL focus on a wide variety of skills from musical theatre, to improv, to on camera acting!
May 19, 2019 :
Graduated from Muhlenberg College
BA in Theatre and Media & Communications,
Minor in Spanish
Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Teaching Artist, Treasure Trunk Theatre
I'm excited to have accepted a position as a Teaching Artist at Treasure Trunk Theatre, a theatrical arts program for children ages 0 - 8 which enables them to explore drama through imagination! I will be assisting in weekly classes, camps, and birthday parties in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and New Jersey.
April 1 - 13, 2019:
Devising Community's Communal Reconnections
Since the beginning of the semester, a collective of 14 Muhlenberg students in collaboration with two faculty advisors and several local artists have been working on a devised piece of theatre exploring the connections and disconnections between Muhlenberg and the Allentown community. The final result was an interactive installation, which will be running in the CA Galleria through April 13th.