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Returning to the Teacher Trail with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festivals Educational Program for 2019


This Winter and Spring 2019 I am working with Hudson Valley Shakepeare's Educational Department for my second year and now as a Lead Teacher. Our Focus this year is on the play Julius Caesar. I'm especially giddy as I played the big JC him(her)self in my Master's program!!!

A Regular Rejoin with Project Theater's Monthly Show 'Our Bar'


After years away to pursue an MFA and regaining my sealegs I'm very grateful for the ability to say I've rejoined Project Theater's monthly show of new work as a regular cast member.

Described as: "New York's finest theater artists to build roughly ten scenes that could legitimately happen in that bar, that night.  Audience members grab a drink, find a seat and watch the stories unfold. With no “fourth wall,” OUR BAR is often described as a month’s worth of bar antics artfully shoved into one hour, and like any great night out on the town, each show is unique.  As original theater for each thematic evening, the material you see at Our Bar lives and dies in one night."

Find out more about this innovative site specific show Our Bar HERE .

Find out more about their parent company Project Theater HERE .

Broadening Young and Youngish Minds with Hudson Valley Shakes


I'm so happy to say that I  will be traveling throughout the tri-state area teaching the wonder of

Shakespeare to gradeschool students K-12 with Hudson Valley Shakespeare

throughout Spring of 2018!

You can find out more about Hudson Valley's wonderful Education Department HERE

Learnin' with the Ladies with Margarett Perry at The Lark and MTC


I am thrilled to announce that I'll be preforming at The Lark and MTC in a reading of

Ray Leslee and Brian Dykstra's musical adaptation of Moliere's The Learned Ladies starring Alice Ripley and under the direction of Margarett Perry and Kim Grigsby

You can find out more about Ray Leslee's work HERE.

You can find out more about Margarett Perry's work HERE.

Shipwrecked and Cranky - NJ Agwuna's Post-Katrina Tempest


I am beyond delighted to have been cast in NJ Agwuna's Post-Katrina production

of Shakespeare's The Tempest as the character of Sebastian.


I love taking on traditionally male roles in Classic plays and this witty and disgruntled royal has been no exception!


You can read more about NJ Agwuna's work as a director work at HERE.

You can order tickets to The Tempest HERE.

An Official Master of Ye Old Fine Art of Acting


On May 18 of 2017 I received my Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from The New School for Drama in New York City.

After 3 rigorous years of training designed to sharpen my skills, challenge my ideas of my limitations and help me come to know myself in a much deeper way as a person and artist, I am so excited to bring new lessons and skills to my professional endeavors and ready to get back out into the working artistic community!



In the Fall of 2016 I'll be preforming the role Joan in Carol Churchill's controversial play Vinegar Tom.  The play explores the gender biases of the 1670's and indirectly their application to today's society.  Joan is based on Emilia Clarke, who was tried for witchcraft in 1654 and accused of having a familiar in her cat, Vinegar Tom.  This will be my second journey with director Daniella Caggiano and as per usual she has some exciting twists on the scripted word that you won't want to miss!

You can read about Daniella's work and our upcoming production HERE 

2 Alex Kveton Plays in a Season! How Lucky Can a Girl Get!


I'm very excited to announce I have been cast in 2 vastly different and original works by playwright Alex Kveton that will be running in Spring 2017.

Salute, under the direction of Lana Russell, is a moving depiction of sexual politics in the isolated world of boarding school education. 

You can read more about Lana Russell's work HERE.

The second is a raucous comedy, helmed by Alice Cash, hilariously navigating gender politics in the office entitled Intern of Two StartUps.

You can read more about Alice Cash's work HERE.

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