Romeo and Juliet at STNJ
ANT FEST @ Ars Nova
Returning for my second season at the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, I played Juliet, directed by Ian Belknap of The Acting Company. “Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ reaches perfection.” —Broadway World “[A] fresh look accomplished through superb acting by the cast.” —New Jersey Stage
Cherry Lane Staged Reading
I joined the cast of Eliana Pipes’ new play DREAM HOU$E, directed by Cristina Angeles, as part of Ars Nova’s whirlwind All New Talent Festival.
Period Sisters @ HERE Arts
I played Pinni in the staged reading of Mallory Jane Weiss’ beautiful new play Losing You (Which is Enough) at the Cherry Lane Theatre, directed by Tatiani Pandiani.
The Servant of Two Masters Outdoors
I performed in Ali Viterbi’s O’Neill Finalist play Period Sisters at HERE Arts Center, directed by Gabrielle Hoyt. After two previous workshop readings, I was thrilled to reunite with this incredible all female-identifying cast and production team.
The Crucible at Olney
In my debut with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, I played the emotional ingenue Clarice in The Servant of Two Masters on STNJ’s Outdoor Stage, directed by Doug West.
Reading at the Fire This Time Festival
I played the fearful but well-intentioned Mary Warren in a “blazing revival” of The Crucible at Olney Theatre Center, directed by Eleanor Holdridge (The Washington Post).
World Premiere at the Wild Project
I did a staged reading of Eliana Pipes’ powerful new play Stand and Wait at the Kraine Theater as part of the Obie award-winning Fire This Time Festival.
Workshop at STC
I joined the cast of Semicolon Theatre Company’s world premiere of Resistance by May Treuhaft-Ali at The Wild Project.
World Premiere of Miss Bennet
I played April in the workshop production of A.A. Brenner’s play God Is Dead and April’s Getting Married, presented at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC.
DC’s Round House Theatre produced the rolling world premiere of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, directed by Eleanor Holdridge. I played Lydia Wickham.