So... What's your story?
I am a kinesthetic performer whose tail wags for musical theatre, puppetry, and dialects. Growing up in Washington state, whenever I wasn't devouring stacks of books to kindle my passion for storytelling, I was singing classical, jazz, and musical theatre.
This jump-up-and-down enthusiasm led to my graduation from Central Washington University with a BFA in Performance, where I also learned puppetry skills.
My first professional gig was in 2013 with Leavenworth Summer Theater when I played Liesl in The Sound of Music and Judah’s wife in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Additionally, courtesy of the Betty Evans Shakespeare Scholarship, I had the unique opportunity to spend a year studying classical theater in London and to conduct a research project focusing on regional English dialects. This knowledge kindled a passion for dialect work; I've worked with Defunkt Theatre, Metropolitan Performing Arts and Milagro as a dialect coach.