Ordinary Days to benefit ATI

Ordinary Days to benefit ATI

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be playing Deb in Ordinary Days to benefit the Autism Theatre Initiative (ATI). This project, which I’m also producing, brings together my love of this extraordinary musical and my passion for making theatre more accessible to those affected by autism. Performances will be on April 14th & 20th at 9:30pm at the Laurie Beechman Theatre.Continue Reading

Ashes Redux in Detention #27

Ashes Redux in Detention #27

I’m excited about yet another opportunity to work with Kit Goldstein Grant as well as another opportunity to participate in the Primary Stages ESPA Detention Series. The shows are on Thursday March 5th at 7pm & 9pm at Jimmy’s No. 43. I’m playing a child again (with a British accent) in this very dark 10-minuteContinue Reading

Audiobooks Demo is now live

Audiobooks Demo is now live

A huge thank you to Robin Miles for all her tremendous coaching. Click here to read more about my work as an audiobooks narrator and take a listen.

Two Readings for Kit Goldstein Grant

Two Readings for Kit Goldstein Grant

This week, I had the opportunity to perform in two readings for Kit Goldstein Grant. In The Wrong Box, a musical based on the Robert Louis Stevenson novel, I got to play 5 different characters — as one might expect of any good farce. It was great fun and I’m still have the catchy music running through myContinue Reading

Songs and Stories: Cabaret

Songs and Stories: Cabaret

I’ll be sharing my journey as an artist in transition from dancer to leading player at a cabaret hosted by Seth Bisen-Hersh, alongside 5 other musical theatre artists. Afterwards, join me at the bar where we can continue the conversation. (More info) When: Tuesday November 11th at 7pm What: Seth Bisen-Hersh’s Talent Showcase Where: Don’tContinue Reading

A Trip to the Zoo in Detention #24

A Trip to the Zoo in Detention #24

Join me at Detention #24 at Jimmy’s No. 43 on Friday October 3rd at 7pm or 9pm. I’ll be playing a precocious home-schooled nine year old in Mike Poblete’s new short play Learning is FunContinue Reading

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