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I've had the opportunity to work with the amazing company, History at Play, on the ensemble piece How Long Must We Wait, about the suffragists that marched, raised their voices, and risked their lives for women's right to vote. It's been an honor to portray bold and influential women like Lucy Stone. 


I got to go back to the 80s to play flashback scenes for Maureen/Maneki in Call it a Whim Production's upcoming film Wallie's Girls!


After an over three-year hiatus from the stage, I am excited to be working with Zeitgeist Stage Company again as Carrie in their upcoming production of Steve by Mark Gerrard, running March 2 through March 23 at the Plaza Black Box Theater at the Boston Center for the Arts.


As Steven, a failed Broadway chorus boy turned stay-at-home dad, celebrates yet another birthday, he finds himself filled with fear and uncertainty. Is his partner of 16 years, Stephen, cheating on him? Is his best friend really dying? And what, exactly, has he done with his life? A new comedy about Being Alive and What I Did For Love in New York, New York...and All That Jazz. ​

For more information, please visit: Zeitgeist Stage Company


I'm looking forward to filming a couple of training videos for CareAcademy at the end of the month! CareAcademy provides high-quality online classes for in-home caregivers.


I shot a scene for the film American Woman today! It was great meeting Jake Scott and the crew, and getting to work on this project. Thank you C.P. Casting for this opportunity!

IMDb: American Woman


I had a blast filming a short for Brookline Interactive Group’s 11-Day Film Sprint. My team, What About the Train? Productions won first place for Killer App!


I am in a reading for the original play End of the World by the talented Ms. Elizabeth DuPre with The Boston Actors Theater on Thursday, 8/6/15 at 7:00 pm at the Trident Booksellers and Café (383 Newbury Street, Boston, MA). For more information, please visit the Facebook event page.

About the show: Objects hurtle towards the Earth all the time, and the team at the Near-Earth Object Project is there to protect humans from meeting the same fate as the dinosaurs. But, when their latest attempt to stop a massive asteroid fails, the team (along with the rest of the planet) finds themselves facing their mortality a little sooner than they expected. Two scientists try to cope with their massive error and its global consequences in Elizabeth DuPre’s End of the World.


Had a great time filming with the Until Further Notice team for this year’s Boston 48 Hour Film Project. We made the fun film Holiday for Hire and got nominated for Best Use of Genre!


I’ll be performing a monologue for the Boston Beyond Today Event on Wednesday, 4/29 at the Boston Center for the Arts. It will be an evening of theatre, art and poetry that bring together perspectives and voices of individuals in response to the recent uprising in Ferguson, Boston and beyond. Event information: Boston Beyond Today


I am going to be performing a monologue for Boston Beyond Today: Addressing systemic racism and building hope in collaboration with The United Story Project.

The United Story Project is organizing a series of events this winter around the country, to share documentary art based on people’s personal experience with systemic racism and police misconduct. Events are currently being organized in St. Louis, Seattle, New Jersey, and Boston. All the events will contain original material generated by the local community, as well as material from the other locations where events are being held. Each gathering will conclude with a “21 Day Challenge,” a group conversation that will generate a community.

Please join us at our Boston Beyond Today Events for evenings of theatre, art and poetry that bring together perspectives and voices of individuals in response to the recent uprising in Ferguson, Boston and beyond. There will be a gallery of photography, writing, film and music, and a performance of original devised and documentary theatre, performance poetry, music, film and more. The performance will be followed by a facilitated discussion to strategize what we as a community can do in response to the stories we can no longer ignore.

Event Dates and Locations:

-Tuesday, February 10 @ Boston Center for the Arts Plaza Theatre
539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

-Saturday February 28 @ First Church Somerville
89 College Avenue, Somerville, MA

Doors open for both events at 7:00pm
Free events open to all, suggested donation of $10
To reserve seats email
Proceeds will go to Better Opportunities Inc.



I’m playing the role of Brittany Petersman in Good Television with Zeitgeist Stage Company!

Written by Rod McLachlan
Directed by David J. Miller

Good Television pulls back the curtain on modern television drama at its most extreme. Connie is an intervention counselor and producer on a reality television series which profiles people suffering from addiction. Against her better judgment, her superiors convince her to take on a special, risky case in the hopes of making a riveting, explosive episode. When Connie and her colleagues travel to South Carolina to interview a young meth addict and his family, Connie’s own demons resurface and the “explosive episode” threatens to blow up in her face.

April 25 thru May 17, 2014
Wednesdays & Thursdays @ 7:30 PM
Fridays @ 8 PM
Saturdays @ 4 & 8 PM
Sundays @ 4 PM with Talkbacks following the performance
Tickets: $25 Advance Sale; $30 Day of Performance; Senior/Student: $20; Wednesdays Pay-What-You-Can – $7 Minimum
The show runs 2 hours 30 minutes with one intermission at Black Box Theater (The Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont St., Boston)



I’m playing the role of Zaida in Twins with The Boston Actors Theater!

Written by Julian Olf
Directed by Anna Trachtman

Worlds collide when red-necked gambler Ernie must impersonate his deceased identical twin, the gay artist Jonathan, to help a widow in need.

Fri – Sun, July 6-8 & 13-15; Thurs – Sat, July 25-27
@ Boston Playwrights’ Theatre
949 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
Curtain Times: Thursday – Saturday 8:00pm; Sunday 2:00pm
Tickets: $20 General Admission; $15 Seniors; $10 Students w/valid ID


I’m playing the role of Lillian in Girls’ Sports with Fresh Ink Theatre!

Written by Emily Kaye Lazzaro
Directed by Jeffrey Mosser

Sam Pascutti’s family is falling apart. When she discovers that her inept father is cheating on her mother she must do all she can to mend their fragile relationship. This is no small feat for Sam, who is just trying to get through the day without thoroughly embarrassing herself, which is basically impossible when you’re sixteen and uncool and spend most of your free time lost in fantasy. Things start to spiral away from her when her father’s mistress inserts herself into the family drama.

April 5-20, 2013 @ The Factory Theatre
791 Tremont St
Entrance in Rear (between Camden St & Northampton St)
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 817-6600



I’m playing the role of Jude in Heart and Dagger’s original production, Your Wildest Dreams!

Your Wildest Dreams, written by Joey C. Pelletier, runs May 17-June 4, 2012 at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston MA 02115. Information and tickets can be found at: Heart and Dagger Productions



I’m playing the role of Gabrielle in Expecting with The Boston Actors Theater!

Expecting, written by Noah Tobin, runs March 30th through April 7th at
The Boston Playwright’s Theatre, 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston MA 02115.
Information and tickets can be found at: The Boston Actors Theater


My company is putting up Kennedy's Children by Robert Patrick at The Soho Playhouse in October.



I am performing in Happy Hour with The 45th Street Theater on Fridays, 6/27, 7/11 and 7/18 at 8pm.


I'm stage managing for the show Jamaica Farewell at The Soho Playhouse.


I'm in a show called Lyrical Arts that's going up in October at The American Theatre of Actors.


I'm going on tour with The Hampstead Stage Company in the Spring!

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