I was thrilled to talk about my amazing adoption experience for Refinery29's Snapchat story. The full clip can be viewed on Snapchat on August 28th, 2018 by swiping up on "This Is the Truth About Being Adopted" story or you can view my portion of the clip here. Huge thanks to Serena Kerrigan and Allie Short for the opportunity!
Super excited to general manage an industry reading of Danny K. Bernstein's musical, Far From Canterbury. The reading will be directed by Charlie Johnson and take place on March 9th. The cast includes Alex Newell, Adam Kaplan, Kennedy Caughell, Gabe Gibbs, and Joshua Dela Cruz. Read more about it on Playbill.com
I had an amazing time as the special guest for Episode 61: Sunday at NYU with George of the Artistic Pursuit Podcast, presented by Class Act or Hack. Caralie, Daniel, and I discussed my career, being genderqueer in the entertainment industry, and my love of search engines. You can find the episode on iTunes or through their website.
I enjoyed serving as the General Manager for a staged reading of Twist, an adaptation of Dickens' Oliver Twist. This play was written by Adam Quinn and directed by Adam Quinn and Matt Kunkel.
I had the privilege to be a panelist and judge at the first Midwest Dramatists Conference in Olathe, Kansas at the end of September, 2017. This spectacular event was presented by the Midwest Dramatists Center. I saw and gave feedback on some incredible work and got to meet playwrights and other theatre workers from all across the country. You can read about my experience in my blog!
I had the joy of returning to my alma mater, Muhlenberg College, and leading a workshop about producing, managing theatre, and first steps in NYC after college in February of 2017. It was awesome to visit Allentown, PA, and reconnect with the department.
Produced and General Managed the first Fresh Grind Festival in January 2017. This festival featured staged readings of ten new plays and musicals at Theaterlab.
Had the pleasure of producing my first short film, Curbside Waltz, in August 2016. Cast included Broadway kids Tre' Jones (The Lion King) and Olivia Chun (The King and I, School of Rock)