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Theatre and the arts are not only my chosen profession but my true passion in life. I'm most at peace with myself and the world when I am either performing, rehearsing or teaching the next generation about the arts. I believe that being involved in theatre and the arts makes everyone a better person no matter what field you are in.

MFA Acting/DirectingUniversity of Missouri: Kansas City

BA Theatre: Acting- Coe College

Musical Theatre Certificate- American Musical and Dramatic Academy- NYC 

Proud AEA Member!

Current Projects

Currently in rehearsal for the world premiere of "Dissociation" at Theatre Exile as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. I'm working with some truly incredible Philly artists for this, my Philly stage Debut. Click Here for dates, information and tickets now. 

I continue to co-host the Podcast "Campfire Classics" and you can listen to that wherever you get your Podcasts or Click HERE

Playing Betsy Ross at the Betsy Ross House in Old City Philadelphia. So honored to portray this badass little rebel from history! Click HERE for more info. 

On top of that I'll be spending some days this summer storytelling around Historic Philadelphia with the amazing team of Once Upon A Nation. Click HERE for more information 


Also please check out my recently updated my Musical Theatre Reel just below. 











Recent Projects

October 2022: 

Had the honor and privilege of taking on the role of Becca again in Sarah Bierstock's incredible new play MAD (new working title "The Glue People") after previously reading this role at FST & in a Zoom reading during the pandemic. This staged reading was a part of the Fall Reading Series at The Contemporary American Theatre Festival directed by Merrimack Rep's Artistic Director Courtney Sale

October 2022:

Moved to Philadelphia, PA with my wonderful partner! We are loving our new (Sooooo SPACIOUS) apartment! So excited to dive into the Philly Theatre scene and yet still be close enough to NYC to visit friends and audition in the city when in person opportunities come back. 

September 2021-May 2022:

Returned to the beautiful Norwegian Joy to reprise my role of Ethel McCormack in Footloose. I was also cast as a Featured Soloist (Suddenly Seymour, Memory, NYC- Star To Be, Mona in Best Little Whorehouse, Don't Cry For Me Argentina...etc) for the development and production of "Broadway Cabaret" alongside 7 other incredible artists and directed by the amazing Erik Jordan Young.  This production ranked as #1 in Entertainment across all NCL fleets for 6 months in a row. 

May 2020- OnGoing

50/50 Arts Production Company along with my

partner Ken Sandberg!

We have created Socially Distanced Cabarets,

Musical Parodies and Play readings and our largest project is our new Literary Comedy Podcast: Campfire Classics!


You can stream or download Campfire Classics now on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Podbean,and Stitcher 


Please visit www. for all the

information on our current and upcoming projects!


Sept 12, 2019- April 5, 2020: 

Spent 6 months sailing the high seas on the beautiful Norwegian Joy playing "Ethel McCormack" in Footloose directed my the wonderful David Ruttera  

I also served as the Show Captain and Standby for Katherine Reese in Wine Lovers: The Musical created a directed by the amazing Holly-Anne Devlin

When the Covid-19 crisis started I was quarantined on the Norwegian Joy with just my Footloose cast and crew. Our cast self disembarked on April 5th after 21 days of ZERO Covid-19 cases on our ship. 


March-May 2019:

Created the role of Professor Sam Sutton in the World Premiere of Wednesday's Child by the wonderful Mark St. Germain and directed by Kate Alexander at Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota, FL. The show has been published by Broadway Play Publishing Inc. 

April 2019:

Participated in the Florida Studio Theatre NNPN Women in Playwriting Festival. I had the honor and privilege of playing Juliet in The Forest by Lia Romeo and Becca in Mothers and Daughters  by Sarah Bierstock. I'm excited to watch these beautiful new works take life over the coming years.  


Jan/Feb 2019: 

Made my NYC directing debut with Ken Sandberg's new one man show "The Death of..." for The New York Theatre Festival/Winterfest. One of our reviews can be seen here


August/September 2018:

Worked at Creede Rep Theatre in magical Creede, Colorado as Lizzie/Peggy/Martha in

Miss Holmes by Christopher Walsh.


May 2018:

KC Rep Origins/KC Festival: Read Stage Directions for the beautiful and moving new play by Dipika Guha, Unreliable directed by Marissa Wolf starring Blacklist and Broadway star Amir Arison.


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