This is a Song Called True Love (Original, Premiere, Solo Piece) Carnegie Mellon School of Drama
Cha-Cha of the Camel Spider (Premiere) Bethany (Lead) Florida Stage
Outlying Islands (Regional Premiere) Ellen (Lead) Upstream Theatre
Gossamer (Chicago Premiere) Littlest One (Lead) Adventure Stage Chicago
Killer Joe Dottie u/s Profiles Theatre Chicago
Day Trader (Reading) Juliana (Lead) HotCity Theatre
Romeo and Juliet Juliet St. Louis Shakespeare
The Merchant of Venice Portia St. Louis Shakespeare
Windsor, Live! (Tour) Mistress Ford/Anne Page Shakespeare Festival St. Louis
Quick Brewed: Macbeth (Tour) Lady Macbeth Shakespeare Festival St. Louis
The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek Pace Creagan A.E. Hotchner Studio
Marija’s Pictures (U.S. Premiere) Lucija (supporting) Upstream Theatre
Baltimore Waltz Anna A.E. Hotchner Studio
1940s Radio Hour Connie Miller Edison Theatre
The House of Yes Jackie-O A.E. Hotchner Studio
Violet Young Violet A.E. Hotchner Studio
Henry V The Chorus St. Louis Shakespeare
Hair Jeanie Edison Theatre
Highness (Premiere) Elizabeth I (lead) A.E. Hotchner Studio
Hickorydickory (Premiere) Dale/ Kate (lead) A.E. Hotchner Studio
Into the Woods Florinda Edison Theatre
Birds Are Free…Native American School Firesong (supporting) CMU Wells Studio
Building Relationships Kathy (lead) Banyan Inc.
Beethopia Mary (supporting) Daryl Barker Productions
Discussion Starters Daughter (featured) Train Engine Productions
Hooch and Daddy-O Jasmine (featured) Magic Smoking Monkey Productions
Washington University in St. Louis: B.A. in Drama with Acting Emphasis
MFA Candidate in Dramatic Writing at Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama
Acting: Jeffery Matthews, Annamaria Pileggi, Carrie Houk, Andrea Urice, Bill Whitaker
Dance: (Modern, Jazz, Tap) Cecil Slaughter, Lee Knolting, Mary-Ann Rund
Movement: Suzuki training, Alexander Technique, Viewpoints training (Washington University,
Slightly Askew Ensemble, and workshop with SITI Company)
Voice: Lisa Campbell-Albert, 4 years. Dialect work with Jeffery Matthews
Shakespeare’s Globe Summer Program, London: Voice, acting, stage combat, and stage movement in a one-month intensive. Stewart Pearce, Jane Lapotaire, Phillip Stafford, Glynn MacDonald.
Kevin Kline Award Nomination: Outstanding Supporting Actress (Marija’s Pictures)
Margaret Ewing Prize in Acting (Washington University)
KC/ACTF Irene Ryan Acting Award Nominations (Hickorydickory,
Highness, 1940s Radio Hour)
TYPE: The girl puppet in the Dark Crystal Muppet Movie. SIZE: Small. DESIRE: Playing Nina in The Seagull as Allison Mossheart.
AGE RANGE: Baby to Almost-Badass .
SPECIAL SKILLS: Turning Electronica into ukulele folksongs. Natural Lesbian Shoulder Tension.