Equity & Sag-Aftra
My Stage Story
I first stepped onto the stage at the wee age of eight, when I played a "no-neck monster" in Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Over 20 years later, I'm still at it, now with training from Drew University, London Dramatic Academy, and a list of amazing mentors throughout NYC. As a writer, I am always looking to build a character from the ground up, and am grateful for every opportunity to collaborate with a team of passionate artists.
Let's say I'm a singer who moves pretty well.
Though I've primarily worked and trained outside of musical theatre, I'm hangin' onto that very specific dream of tapping on a giant wooden dime while wearing a lot of sequins.
I am an intermediate tapper with physical theatre training. I have also been singing since my "The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow" days.
Nowadays, you can catch me singing with Melodia Women's Choir on the Upper West Side in the fall and the spring.
In my other life, I'm a long-distance hiker...