Back at HERE Arts Center for the second time this year!
I'm thrilled to be the first (of many, I'm sure) to play Rosemary in Edward Precht's excellent new play,
Strange, America. It's a funny, heartfelt, and occasionally spooky tale about being human in a world of monsters. Also a jackalope. Thanks a million to Primary Stages and the Fordham MFA Playwriting Program for the chance to get in on the ground floor with Edward. See you at HERE!
Another year, another Christmas show with Less Than Rent. This year, we'll be moving venues-- join us at SubCulture for the same nonstop eggnog-fueled funny business in a new (read: way better) venue. I'll be appearing alongside my forever-friend/costar RJ Vaillancourt in a sketch by Sinead Daly. You'll like it.
This year, half of all proceeds will go straight to the ACLU, so never fear. You'll be helping fund the revolution no matter how much eggnog you put away.
The House on the Hill is the recipient of the Atlantic Theater Inaugural LAUNCH Commission, the Abingdon Theatre New Play Reading Series, the Kennedy Center ACTF/NNPN program, and was a semi-finalist of the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference.
This June 13, I had the honor of reading alongside legendary character actor Peter McRobbie in Bleeding on Broadway, a benefit for the Hemophilia Association of NY at Playwright's Horizons.
After the joy of playing Helena off-Broadway last year, I couldn't be having more fun playing her counterpart, Hermia, here at ASF.
Who knew that NASCAR, moonshine, and theatre would make such a winning team?
Since the production is co-sponsored by Talladega Superspeedway, I had the immense honor of meeting and performing for three of the original Alabama Gang: Red Farmer and the Allison brothers, Bobby and Donnie. They loved the show, and we loved getting the chance to celebrate their sport. Check out some of the press we did with the Gang and 'Dega after the jump.
I'm so excited to be spending February - May 2016 performing in two fabulous shows at ASF in Montgomery, AL, the sixth largest Shakespeare Festival in the world.
I play April, the married mistress of a married man who seems to have a motive to kill... but did she? Thanks to casting director Kevin Kuffa for assembling another great team.
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