Articals

The Growing Stage's production of Mr. Popper's Penguins was reviewed by Broadway World! It was a true delight to be in this wonderful show. I loved embracing the beautifully written (tight) harmonies. You will find the article if you click below. 

In Sondheim's musical Sondheim on Sondheim I was blessed to be cast as a one of their Featured Singer in. The pieces I sung were: Good Thing Going, Gun Song, Send in the Clowns, and Happiness (along side of Wyatt Neff). Mountain Times wrote a great article which you can access by clicking the button below. 

ASSASSINS

Without Words 

In/Visible Theatre in Boone, NC told the story of a man who did not know any form of language, until one day he learned ASL. I knew ASL prior to my contract and landed the role of Elena, who was one of the only characters who spoke and signed at the same time. Fortunetly I was able to study under a fabulous ASL master. 

In 2012 I attended a "Broadway Bootcamp" style of training camp in Sitka, Alaska. This is an intensive camp where we had rehearsals 9am-12pm, 2pm - 4pm, and again 6pm - 10pm for 12 days straight before opening a show. This was the first year of the program and I had the idea to do a flashmob of one of our songs in the community; our director liked the idea of getting our material shown so he arranged for us to perform a preview in a local farmers market.

Bye Bye Birdie

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"Why do we even try when the barriers are so high and the odds are so low? Why don’t we just pack it in and go home? It’d be so, so much easier. It's because in the end, there’s no glory in easy. No one remembers easy. They remember the blood and the bones and the long agonizing fight to the top. And that is how you become legendary." - Amelia Shepherd  in Grey's Anatomy (Season 11, Ep.14-The Distance)

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