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Updates & Other exciting Things

Get to know what I'm up to as an actress, singer, and otherwise human! Ambitiously hoping for semi-frequent updates on all of the exciting projects I get to do!


August/September Updates

  • Shot for the indie horror feature Stalked, based off of the award winning short film, directed by Wesley Mellott and starring Katie Sarife. I play journalism student Haley, whose dedication to uncovering the truth behind a local urban legend may prove to be deadly for her and her friends. 

  • Invited by Seth Rudetsky to sing at the Town Hall with a bunch of Broadway stars including Donna Murphy, Norm Lewis, Patina Miller, and Krysta Rodriguez for a benefit concert supporting the adoption charity You Gotta Believe! I was initially asked to be a backup singer, but got bumped to do the feature high belt duet in "Let the Sunshine in" alongside Sharon Catherine Brown for the finale!!

  • Completed my first international promotional tour for my indie film Skye Hoshi: Anime Girl! We visited conventions and FanExpos in Boston, Chicago, Virginia Beach, and Toronto, Canada! At each venue we would have a screening followed by a panel. This was my first time going on tour to meet and make fans, taking pictures, signing autographs, and I had the BEST of times!! 

  • The independent short I led in, The Ghost Light, has started its run on the festival circuit to great success! So far, it has won best fantasy short at the IndieX Filmfest in LA, and is an official selection for the North Hollywood Cinefest, the Smodcastle film festival, and FilmQuest, which is consistently ranked as one of the top genre festivals in the world


May/June/July Updates

  • Over the moon to have premiered THREE independent films over the summer!

    • Skye Hoshi: Anime Girl on ​May 27, an action/comedy feature about an anime girl come to life and her misadventures around New York City. I play the antagonistic goth rock bass player who's cooler than everyone, Kira!

    • The Ghost Light on June 17, a fantasy/drama short about a high school theatre geek aided by ghosts to nail her next audition. I play the timid and ambitious underdog herself, Winnie!

    • Song of myself on June 29, a dramatic feature about the varied responses a young gay man faces upon coming out to his friends and family. I play the tragically, hopelessly in love friend of the protagonist who learns her feelings will never be reciprocated, Jessica!

  • Led As We Go Along, a dramatic short play about the human cost of navigating the legal system, at the Chain Theatre as part of their One Act festival. I play Sam, a young professional who needs to decide whether it is worth the emotional turmoil of defending her mysterious sister who has either been murdered or committed suicide. 

  • Led a developmental reading of Skater Girls, a new play about the complex relationships between a group of roller skating, theatre obsessed teens, for the 938 Collective, a brooklyn-based theatre company. I played Kate, a queen-bee-wanna-be who is unafraid to do what it takes to get what she wants: be the lead of her community theatre's production of Xanadu.

  • Returned to on-camera acting class at the Freeman studio with a 4-week session taught by casting director Kate Geller

  • Personally invited by Broadway personality Seth Rudetsky to perform in Times Square for a rally in support of the WGA during their ongoing strike, accompanying Broadway stars such as Norbert Leo Butz, Adam Pascal, and Kerry Butler. Also in attendance were Sara Bareilles and Lin Manuel Miranda. 

  • Was a featured guest for two episodes of View & Chew, a food and travel show available for streaming and airing cable in Australia and New Zealand 

  • Collaborated with a musician friend to write an original song and film the music video, I've been working independently on even more new music!

  • Resurrected a sci-fi fantasy podcast I co-founded during the quarantine, The Moirai Project, for which I work as a writer, producer, director and actor


March/April Updates

  • Took part in a 3 week long industry workshop developing a new Off-Broadway bound musical, Here I am, which culminated in two performances at Playwrights Horizons for an audience of theatre professionals

  • Had my 54 below debut performing some of the songs from Here I am in concert!

  • Completed my first press circuit promoting my first independent feature film Skye Hoshi: Anime Girl, set to release on the streaming site Pure Magic Pictures on May 27 in addition to several screenings around NYC, and even headlining anime conventions in Texas, South Dakota, and California. I was a guest on several podcasts discussing myself and the project: Actors with Issues, Tales from the Fandom, and The Grue Room

  • Led in a student film playing a young woman who finally stands up to her college bully by refusing to help her hide a dead body

  • Not really an active thing that I did, but on April 12 I celebrated my one year anniversary of moving to NYC to begin my professional acting journey!



January/February Updates

  • Led in the Russian-adapted dramatic play Illusions for a Columbia MFA thesis at the Lenfest Center for the Arts as a tragically sincere lovelorn storyteller sharing the lives of two married couples. Received incredibly encouraging reviews, my favorite being a Russian theatre artist who is apparently very difficult to please calling me "unexpectedly good". (Unclear if that means unexpected *and* good or that I can surpass low expectations, either way I'll take it)

  • Led in the comedic short play When You Can Get the Milk for Free as a theme park enthusiast grappling with changing times for the Off-Off Broadway Gallery Players' New Works Festival

  • Only slightly relevant, but theatre adjacent- I performed as Princess Jasmine at a children's birthday party!

  • Was a guest on the talk show Good Magical Morning, to help promote the feature Skye Hoshi: Anime Girl (which you can watch here if you're interested)

  • Not as impressive but personally exciting to me, I co-hosted an episode for the Robots vs. Dinosaurs podcast that can be listened to here.


Nice to meet you!

Starting off the year with a whole new rebrand! All of it: new headshots, new acting reel, and the new website you are currently (hopefully) enjoying. About 10 months~ since my official entrance into *The Industry* and I have a much better understanding of who I am, what I can do, and how I can share it with all of you. Here's to a new exciting and professional chapter! 

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