My Work • News, Reviews & Recaps
The Boston Theater Critics Association nominates "BLKS" for 5 Elliott Norton Awards (aka Boston's version of the Tony's!).
Black lipstick, thick eyeliner, and a whole lot of teenage revenge. This virtual reading was entirely rehearsed & shot on Zoom and presented live from our bathrooms on June 20, 2021. Watch the Facebook live event here.
Set in a wealthy, coastal Massachusetts town, a couple tries to reconcile after a tragic loss. An unexpected house guest prompts the wife to obsessively hunt for answers to New England's part in the Slave Trade, while finally confronting her personal grief and role within white supremacy. Watch the Zoom reading here...
I was absolutely thrilled to be back in the rehearsal room (on Zoom!) as part of CST's virtual Women & Science Theater Festival. I played several female characters - from a dutiful Victorian Irish sister to the revolutionary physician Alice Hamilton and even a robot - in the "In the Play Lab: Original Ten-Minute Plays" event!
You can view more about the festival here...
In February 2020, I was cast in my first New York City production. I was ecstatic to begin rehearsals playing Kat, a blue-haired goth teenager with a lot of mommy issues. However, due to COVID-19, the production was unfortunately cancelled. In an exciting update, the play was added to the Kilroys List 2020. Check out the Killing Mom production website here...
Christmas magic? Galloping around a New England colonial ballroom with my childhood idol, Emma Watson, to contemporary music such as David Bowie and Pixies? Petticoats & 27 button jackets & my first time on a feature film set? Yeah, it was pure magic.
Look for my bobbing blonde head in the Gardiner Ball Scene (aka 'The Porch Dance' when Laurie and Jo meet) in Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated film. You can spot me briefly in this clip…
In November 2019, I returned home to Boston for the holidays and joined the cast of A Christmas Carol, playing the roles of Belle and Martha Cratchit. You can view promotional clips from the show here.
A new play by Rosie McInnes centering on themes of girlhood, societal pressures of growing up, and the pain of losing your imaginary best friend, Snowgirl was my first choreography project for which I devised movement for a work-in-development. On November 11th, 2019 Snowgirl had its first workshop production and world premiere as part of the Nora Theatre’s “That’s What She Said” series.