I am a New York City based actor & theatre-maker. I use they/them and she/her pronouns.
I’m originally from the greater Chicago area, and was incredibly fortunate to attend Interlochen Arts Academy for most of high school. I graduated with a major in theatre performance, and concentrations in classical text and physical theatre. I then promptly moved to the ecological opposite of the northern Michigan woods: Manhattan.
Since then I have worked in motion capture, studied at the Moscow Art Theatre, learned to play some accordion, and collaborated on a lot of theatre. I graduated from Fordham University at Lincoln Center with a B.A. in Theatre Performance. I also work in virtual reality as a simulation specialist for folks seeking to practice difficult conversations in a safe space.
As a theatre practitioner, I find myself drawn to projects that utilize heightened physicality, and often feature an ensemble. Some of my favorite credits include The Wolves, Unorthodox Methods of Cosmic Flight, The Eccentricities of a Nightingale, and several devised pieces.
Before 2030 I want to play Annabella (though any Jacobean tragedy will do), perform at the Classic Stage Company, take a show to the Fringe, act for Sophia Coppola, make new work in the style of Dmitry Krymov and hike the Adirondacks (if there’s time).