A c t i n g

Working primarily with Shakespeare, I seek conversation, collaboration, and constructive conflict between actors and audience, supported by deep textual investigation and boldly personal voice. I strive to tell stories with every cell of my body.

I have worked with companies across New York City, including New York Classical Theatre, The Fools & Kings Project, and my own company, The Woolgatherers Theater Group.

I have studied movement, vocal technique, clown, fight, dance, and acting with a number of companies, including Shakespeare & Company, The Barrow Group, the Linklater Voice Center, and The Humanist Project. I also hold an M.F.A. from the Academy for Classical Acting.

S e l e c t e d   R o l e s

Queen Margaret


Friar Lawrence

Gravedigger, Player King



Jeweller, Timandra


Queen, Belarius








The Discontent​

The Winter's Tale (audio)

Romeo and Juliet (audio)

Hamlet (audio)

Tales from Ovid



Timon of Athens U/S





Romeo and Juliet

The Whirligig (reading)

The Rivals

Much Ado About Nothing


At The Wren

Flight of Angels; dir. Dan Wilson

Academy for Classical Acting; dir. Holly Twyford

Academy for Classical Acting; dir. Alec Wild

Academy for Classical Acting; 

dir. Alec Wild and Dody DiSanto

Shakespeare Theatre Company; dir. Simon Godwin


Academy for Classical Acting; dir. Dan Crane


Shakespeare Theatre Company; dir. Will Davis


The Woolgatherers Theater Company;

dir. Grace Herman-Holland

Shakespeare & Co; dir. Hamish Linklater

New York Classical Theater; dir. Stephen Burdman

The Fools and Kings Project;

dir. Kenny Wade Marshall

The Fools and Kings Project;

dir. Kenny Wade Marshall


Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.


Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

New York, NY

Lenox, MA


New York, NY

New York, NY

New York, NY

New York, NY


Thanks to a handy-dandy pandemic, I have recently expanded my practice to include voiceover work. I'm not entirely new to this work, having originated and developed the role of Anna the Intern on the podcast How We Manage Stuff since 2015.

But my skills and expertise rapidly expanded since March of 2020. Under the tutelage of Lisa Beley, voice teacher extraordinaire at the Academy for Classical Acting, we have practiced narration, animation, and radio drama since going remote.

Our culminating MFA project, which was of course meant to be a live theatrical performance, was also converted into radio plays. It was a challenge and a pleasure to bring the language of Shakespeare into such an intimate audio space.

To the right, you will find links to those radio plays, to the podcast, and to demos for fiction and non-fiction narration.

Fiction Narration Demo
Non-Fiction Narration Demo