Catch my Acting I  class for the Studio at Chesapeake Shakespeare; a new section starts April 4th. Register here now!

This Historic Night: I'm excited to partner with my longtime friend and colleague Jack Novak to bring five of his original short plays to the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival, running July 7-29. We're holding auditions next week! Check back for updates here. 

In the meantime, I'll be assistant directing the magical Alice in Wonderland for CSC, running April 27-May 27. 


I co-host the theater podcast Is Anyone Calling This Show?!  with fellow DC artists Chelsea Mayo and Stephanie Tomiko. We're on a hiatus right now, but you can catch up on old episodes on on SoundCloud, Archive, iTunes, or on our website, anyonecallingpodcast.com!


In November, I directed a reading of God's Country by Stephen Dietz for Perisphere Theater at the Logan Fringe Arts space to raise money for the Southern Poverty Law Center. 

It was a thrill to direct The Tempest for Chesapeake Shakespeare's 15th summer in the ruins--and even more of a thrill to break summer attendance records while doing so! Read about the show here and here.

Repro HS full size no crop name.jpg


I am a D.C. and Baltimore-based actress, director, and teaching artist. I made my classical debut at the age of twelve as Rosaline in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost and, in gratitude, continue to be stubbornly fond of what most people consider a totally stupid play. I trained at the Stella Adler Studio and earned my BFA in Theater from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. I am a Resident Acting Company member and Associate Artistic Director at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in Baltimore. I am commercially represented by Paige Gold of Triple Threat Talent. I live in Washington, D.C. 

 H5x7 rehearsal, July 2016. Photo by Justin Schneider

H5x7 rehearsal, July 2016. Photo by Justin Schneider