Thanks for supporting my parents are here tonight!

That's a wrap on my parents are here tonight! 

This was by far one of the most fun shows I've been a part of in a long time. Word got around about us, and we ended up selling out four of our six shows, including all of our second weekend. Not bad for Three Girls and a Boat's first production!

I really want to thank Zoe, Liz and Allie for all of the work they did in putting this together. It's always nice to be a part of a lady-driven production. 

Pictures to come! 


An Overdue Update

Well hello!

It has been approximately 1.5 million years since I updated this website. Hello, world. I'm still acting!

I've been in a few things here and there since I last wrote, but I have something I'm really excited to share. From October 12th to October 22nd, I'll be in a play called "my parents are here tonight" at the Access Theater Gallery. Written by the zany genius Zoe Maltby and directed by our fearless leader Liz Power, "my parents are here tonight" is a comedy set backstage of an over-ambitious high school production of King Lear. Crushes, angst, and snacks are abound. I'm genuinely thrilled to be in Zoe's very real (sometimes too real....) play about the passion that goes into high school Shakespeare. 

I plan on updating my website much more regularly these days, so stay tuned!


The Young Folk

Thank you to everyone who came out to our reading of The Young Folk by Tom Nieboer! I honestly didn't expect too many people to come (how many people have time to go to readings??), so that was a really pleasant surprise for all of us. Anna was a blast to work on. I can't wait to see where Tom takes it next.

Unfortunately, we...didn't take any pictures. Which now seems like big oversight. But trust me, we had fun!  


Thank you!

A big thank you to everyone who came out to LAMDA's NYC and LA showcases in the past two weeks! We had a great turnout. Lots of exciting things to look forward to! 

(Not business related, but I did meet Dominic Cooper at a LAMDA Alumni dinner. He kissed me on both cheeks. The wedding's in May.)

(None of you tell him I wrote that.)