A born and bred New Yorker, I grew up seeing Broadway shows; among my early experiences were A Year with Frog and Toad, Mamma Mia!, and The Drowsy Chaperone. I developed a lifelong love of theatre as a result and told the "ice water/vodka" joke far too many times, but found it funny every single one.
My first professional experience came in high school, when I was cast in a developmental reading of Sam Carner's Barnyard Follies, directed by David Alpert. Other favorite roles include Malka Oz in Sandy Gooen's world premiere of It Takes A Village (Glicker-Milstein Summer Theatre Festival) and the supporting role of Devorah in Pearl Gluck's award-winning short film Summer (Palinka Pictures).
I love new work and timeless classics alike, and I am especially passionate about being a part of queer and/or Jewish projects. I am a proud member of Ring of Keys, an arts advocacy organization that promotes the hiring of musical theatre professionals - onstage and off - who self-identify as queer women, transgender, and gender non-conforming artists.
In May 2020, I graduated from Ithaca College with a B.A. in Theatre Studies, though I moved (home) to New York City a little earlier than planned due to COVID-19. I am now based in NYC, although like everyone else, I'm working mostly on remote projects for the time being!