After serving as the stage reader for last year’s inaugural Modern Works Festival, I am so excited to be a play screener this year along with 14 other incredibly talented women. As someone who can’t wait to get their hands on a new play (I have a habit of reading at least one play every day), I can’t wait to read so many new female-written, female-driven pieces!
I’ve spent two years diving into the role of Becca Connor through many developmental readings at Florida Studio Theatre, and I cannot wait to finally put this her onstage in a fully-fledged production. As this is a World Premiere production, the playwright Mark St. Germain will be with us for the entire process. This rehearsal process will be overlapping with the final three performance weeks of Curious Incident, so I foresee lots of coffee in my future (maybe I’ll even try espresso?)
I am so excited to be back at Florida Studio Theatre, now on the mainstage, taking on the many characters of Voice Five in this Tony Award winning play! This has been one of my bucket list shows for a while, and I’m glad I get to do it at FST under the direction of Artistic Director, Richard Hopkins.
I am so excited to be working with American Stage for the first time and even more excited to say that the show has officially opened! I have the privilege of playing Lizzy post-marriage to Mr. Darcy, and it is a show full of joy and festivity, a perfect way to spend the holiday season.
I recently moved back to Sarasota, Florida and am excited to be serving as the reader for Urbanite Theatre’s upcoming Modern Works Festival during the first two weeks of October! This festival consists of three staged readings of new plays written by female playwrights (Stalking by Jayne Hannah, The Violet Sisters by Gina Femia, and The Space In Between by Mercedes White).