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November 05, 2020

Long Day's Journey Into Night

Long Day's Journey Into Night is one of Eugene O'Neill's masterpieces telling a day in the life of the Tyrone family. This piece is seemingly autobiographical to O'Neil. It follows the family's long string of similar days as they deal with Mary's addiction to morphine, and Edmund's recent tuberculosis. Throughout the unraveling of the plot, I appear as Catherine, the family's maid who acts as an exhale of comedy, flirtation, and drunkenness (I'm sensing a theme with my roles, ey?) 

May 17, 2018

Leni by Sarah Greenman

"Leni" by Sarah Greenman is a two-woman show where Leni Riefenstahl, a prominent filmmaker during WWII,  confronts her younger self about her moral and artistic impact on the Third Reich. This two-woman show will be such a rewarding challenge, and I can't wait to perform this place in the beautifully serene Bridge Street Theatre, located in Catskills NY. Runs May 17-27

February 13, 2018

Ricoh White Board Commercial

Ricoh White Board is an interactive white board that has face-to-face video capabilities connecting businesses worldwide. This was such a fun day on set with a great group of people from both the Ricoh Whiteboard Team, and Dennis Keeley. 

November 07, 2017

The Last Night of Ballyhoo

This 1997 Tony Award Winning Best Play, written by Alfred Uhry, takes place during the winter of 1939 in Atlanta, Georgia. The play opens on the premiere of "Gone With the Wind," Hitler has just invaded Poland, but the town's focus seems to be on the social event of the year, "Ballyhoo." I have the pleasure of playing Sunny Freitag, the Wellesley College student struggling with her Jewish identity, relationship to hew newfound beau "Joe," and her patchy companionship with her cousin, Lala. Sunny is bright, and vulnerable girl in her 20's looking to find herself, written beautifully in Uhry's production of acceptance and change. Directed by Greg Logenhagen at Florida Repertory Theatre, running 11/28/17- 12/17/17. 

September 06, 2017

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is said to be one of Edward Albee's most popular plays. The play breaks down the marriage of the All- American George and Martha, and the young couple they invite over for drinks-- Nick and Honey. I play Honey, the brandy-tooting, child-like young woman. Secret's are revealed throughout the night via vicious games such as "Get the Guests" and "Hump the Hostess."  "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," directed by Dan Foster, runs Sept 6-30 at the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. 

July 06, 2017

Skin of Our Teeth

The Skin of Our Teeth, written by Thornton Wilder in 1942, is an allegory about the history of mankind told through the eyes of one family, The Antrobuses. I have the pleasure of playing Glady's Antrobus, the seemingly perfect daughter of the family. She ranges from an energetic child, to a wild adolescent, to a young mother. I am excited to tell Glady's journey with the Voice Theatre in Woodstock NY, directed by Shauna Kanter. 

April 02, 2017


A Fame Little production, "MurdHerous" is a thrilling short film, taking place deep in the woods of PA. The story focuses on Kaye, who preys on a defenseless young girl in the woods. Full of twists and turns, this one should be so much fun to film!

January 29, 2017

Mother Goose Club

I've been working with the lovely people at the popular children's series, "Mother Goose Club." You can hear me as the voice of BaaBaa the sheep, and various other characters. I've also been working onscreen with their Playhouse series and educational videos. 

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