Where you were born/where were you raised: I was born and raised in Rochester, NY
Zodiac sign: Pisces! But I don't think I act very much like a Pisces. Like, at all.
What are/were the careers of your parents? My father is a psychiatrist and my mother was a nurse. Not sure where I came from.
Do you have any Siblings? I have an older sister who is also a nurse.
Where were you trained? I received my BFA in Theatre Performance from the University at Buffalo. I also received some of my most valuable training at New York State Summer School of the Arts and at Geva Summer Academy, both programs for high school students in New York.
Current favorite audition song or monologue to use: Theresa Rebeck has been my go-to for years, she writes the way I speak!
What skill(s) are you excited to share with the audience of Shockheaded Peter?: I'm excited to play saxophone and to have the opportunity to dance!
Why did you want to be a part of Shockheaded Peter? I love theatre that is visually interesting, that finds different ways of expression other than just words!
If you could go back in time and catch any show or performer, what would it be? Lucille Ball.
Some favorite musicals: Peter Pan, Les Miz (I know, I know), The Wizard of Oz
Most played song in your music collection: The "Center Stage" soundtrack, and "I'll Make a Man out of You" from Mulan.
- Favorite or most memorable onstage role as a child/teenager: Played a dinosaur family pet in The Skin of Our Teeth in high school, pretty much every prostitute role ever before the age of 15, Mrs. Peterson (at age 12) in Bye Bye Birdie.
- Worst onstage mishap: Before I had contact lenses, I would crash into set pieces during blackouts ALL. THE. TIME. Also one time my boob fell out my leotard during an aerial piece.
- Worst costume ever: In high school in a horrible musical called Starmites, I had to wear a unitard that was painted half black and half white, and I also had to paint my hair and face half black and half white. I looked very attractive.
- Worst job you ever had: I spent a holiday season in sales at a jewelry store, and would get harshly reprimanded for standing for two minutes without cleaning the glass cases, not selling credit cards with disgusting interest rates, and wearing inappropriate attire (it wasn't).
- Role(s) you’ve been dying to play: Anna in Lanford Wilson's Burn This.