"Reverend Jackson Regrets" @ 54 Below


It is not an April Fools Joke! I will be joining an awesome group of humans to sing songs from Reverend Jackson Regrets with book/lyrics by Michael DiGaetano & music by Michael DiGaetano and Albin E. Konopka at 54 Below on April 17th at 9:30pm! Get your tickets here!

New Amsterdam

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Beyond thrilled to be joining the medical staff at New Amsterdam in the episode Sanctuary this season! Make sure to check it out on NBC!

“Six Years Old” Reading

Really glad I get to bring Kim (a babysitter for two precocious/witty children) to life in Sam Silbiger’s wonderful Six Years Old, directed by Helen Handelman.

The reading will be on January 27th @4pm at The Bushwick Starr Annex (3rd fl). RSVP here!

"Six Years Old addresses queer and trans identity issues through the lens of a young girl testing the bounds of gender on her self-proclaimed journey to become her hero, Han Solo. After becoming tired of merely dressing up as the swaggering spaceship captain at home, six-year-old Adalaide confronts the limitations of her body and environment when a plan to “reincarnate” herself leads her and her younger brother, Dewey, into a life-threatening brush with danger.”

"A Pound of Flesh" Reading


Looking forward to bringing Jason Odell Williams’ words to life in the role of Shia in his new play, A Pound of Flesh, which is a modern day revenge tragedy inspired by the Merchant of Venice. Getting to work on new material with brilliant playwrights is one of my favorite things!

"Last of the Burly Girls" Recording

What a pleasure to be in the studio laying down a bunch of vocal tracks for the role of Ilona in Last of the Burly Girls, by John Pisano-Thomsen, under the brilliant music direction of Yan Li.

‘Confronted by curious granddaughters who discover “questionable” items in a trunk, elderly Letty Kowalski Baxter recounts her life as a runaway circus orphan turned burlesque soubrette in 1935 New York, her tragic romances, and the backstage rivalry with another showgirl, Ilona, that brought “family” back into her life.’

“A Walk on the Moon” Workshop

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Got to be back with the full team/producers of A Walk on the Moon, this time reading for Pearl, as they continue to develop the show. What a joy to be in a room with collaborators who are as generous as they are incredibly talented!

"I Ragazzi" Workshop


How wonderful to be in a room with fellow ACT alums to do David Goldsmith & Madeleine Goldsmith’s play I Ragazzi at Martian Entertainment playing the role of Simona, the Italian landlady of the house on November 12th!

"Best Friends"

Excited to be playing the role of Young Sophie in Anat Gov’s play, Best Friends, directed by Charlotte Cohn!

We have two Staged Readings on October 30th at 2pm & 7pm at the 2nd Floor Theater (345 West 54th Street) prior to our performance at the AICF Gala on November 4th.

"Handsome, Weeping Boy"

Appeared as Shannon in the new musical Handsome, Weeping Boy (based on the Viceland Documentary Series: ‘Slutever’) with book and lyrics by Justin Schwartz & Michael DiGaetano and music by Benjamin Weiner. We presented in Across a Crowded Room, an evening of twenty-minute musicals, followed by feedback from an amazing panel of theater professionals like Michael John LaChiusa, Gerard Alessandrini and more. What a wonderful opportunity being a part of new work!

"The Fall" Short


Shot the lead, Heather, in the upcoming short “The Fall',” directed by Katherine Manchester and produced by Marcus Siler. Looking forward to seeing how it turned out!

Innovative Artists

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So excited to begin working with Marla Haut and Mickey Shera at Innovative Artists in NYC! Cannot wait for this journey to get rolling!



Back in NYC!


After completing three years at ACT in San Francisco and earning my MFA in Acting, I am finally back in NYC and ready to take the city by storm! Let's make art!

A Walk on the Moon

Based on the award-winning film, A Walk on the Moon, is an upcoming world premier musical with a book by Pamela Gray, music/lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman, & directed by Sheryl Kaller.  We run from June 9th-July 1st on ACT's The Geary Theater, so make sure to get your tickets!

Officially a Master of Fine Arts in Acting!

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After three years of hard work, dedication, training, performing, collaborating, exploring, sharing etc. etc., I graduated with my Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from The American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, CA! I am incredibly proud of this accomplishment and cannot wait to see what comes next!