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"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

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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!

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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!

"Untitled Tegan & Sara Musical" in New Strands Festival

The "Untitled Tegan & Sara Musical" will be a part of A.C.T.'s New Strands Festival in collaboration with SPACE on Ryder Farm Residency and I am super thrilled to be playing Ruby in this mounting at The Rembe in The Strand Theater May 18th & 19th at 8PM! It is sure to be a sell out - make sure to get your tickets!

Music and lyrics: Tegan Quin & Sara Quin
Music direction, orchestrations, arrangements: Jared Stein
Conceived and directed: Kate Sullivan

"Men On Boats" Reading

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Excited to be reading the role of Powell in Jaclyn Backhaus's Men on Boats, directed by Allie Moss, at Mozilla's headquarters in San Francisco as part of a reading series. Men on Boats will be a part of Pam MacKinnon's upcoming inaugural season at ACT!

Showcase 2018 - SF/LA/NYC

Our MFA Showcase is right around the corner and coming to cities near you! If you are in SF, NYC, or LA, make sure to check us out!

San Francisco
Friday, March 23, 2018, 4 p.m.
The Rueff at A.C.T.’s Strand Theater
1127 Market Street, 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
RSVP: RSVPSF@act-sf.org or 415.967.0158

New York City
Monday, March 26, 2018, at 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at 1 p.m.
The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
RSVP: RSVPNY@act-sf.org or 415.967.0158

Los Angeles
Monday, April 2, 2018, at 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.
The Matrix Theatre
7657 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046
RSVP: RSVPLA@act-sf.org or 415.967.0158

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

Closing out the three years in the MFA program at ACT with a production of "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," by Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Adly Guirgis, directed by David Mendizabal, and featuring our whole MFA class. This next dark comedy takes place in downtown Purgatory & explores faith and forgiveness in all its foul-mouthed, complicated glory.

We run from February 22nd-March 3rd in the Rueff Theater at The Strand Theater in San Francisco. Make sure to check us out!

A Christmas Carol

Excited to be a part of A.C.T.'s acclaimed, music-infused adaptation of Dickens' beloved tale, A Christmas Carol, playing the roles of Ermengarde/Annabelle/Gang Member! Running from December 1st-24th at ACT's Geary Theater, this production has become one of the Bay Area's favorite holiday traditions telling the story of lonely old miser Ebenezer Scrooge who's given a second chance by four ghosts who visit him one spooky and sleepless Christmas Eve. Don't miss this classic story of redemption and forgiveness that captures the true spirit and magic of the holiday season!

Check out the video trailer here!

Now. Here. Us.

Now Here Us

From October 19-21st, in the Garret Theater upstairs at ACT's The Geary Theater (at 5:30pm each night!) we will be putting on an evening of musical numbers inspired by moments that have shaped our lives. Directed by Milissa Carey and considered a favorite every MFA season, it celebrates the individuals in our class and is a great opportunity to interact with us in an intimate setting!

Watch a clip of me singing Kerrigan & Lowdermilk's "Avalanche"!

Ria in "CLICKSHARE"

After playing the role of Ria in ACT's initial staged reading, I am super pumped to bring her to life in a full production (co-sponsored by Firefox/Mozilla) of Lucas Kavner's CLICKSHARE, directed by Stephen Brackett playing from September 28th-30th at The Strand Theater! It will no doubt be a hilarious show you don't want to miss!
 

Lady Capulet in "Romeo & Juliet"

 

To close out my Chautauqua summer, I will be playing Lady Capulet, opposite the incredible Keith Randolph Smith, in Romeo & Juliet, directed by Dawn Monique Williams, which runs from August 11-18th in the Bratton Theater. What an awesome way to end an unbelievable summer!

Caroline in "Detroit '67"

I am the most humbled to be playing Caroline in Dominique Morisseau's Detroit '67, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III, which runs from July 21- 30th at Bratton Theater at Chautauqua. To be a part of this brilliant show on the 50th anniversary of the Detroit rebellion, is a reminder of its relevance & just how much work still needs to be done not only in Detroit, but also across our country.

Check out the BroadwayWorld Press release!

Community Engagement Project

 

 

A few of us in the Acting Conservatory, under the incredible direction of Ashley Teague, devised a theater piece exploring how the nation and its diverse communities are or are not communicating. Inspired by discussions and stories shared with us with employees of the Chautauqua Institution, members of the Hispanic Cultural Center, and residents of Mayville, Jamestown, & Dunkirk community, we sought to ask the question: What are the invisible barriers standing between us and civil discourse?

Read an article in the Chautauqua Daily about the process and project here!