I make theatre because I believe it has the power to inform, inspire, and change minds.
I received a Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts from the University of San Diego, where I founded Student Lab Theatre still in existence today. I performed and taught in the San Francisco Bay Area for several years, and then moved to Boston where I received a Masters in Theatre Education from Emerson College, focusing on Applied Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, and Voice Work.
As an actor in the Bay Area I was a member of the Ragged Wing Ensemble of Oakland, CA where I performed in and co-created multiple devised shows, and also taught with their High School program. I also originated roles in the Bay One Acts Festival, and performed as many characters in Shakespeare’s plays.
In Boston, I was involved in several productions with my colleagues at Emerson College, and also performed in Charles Mee’s Trojan Women: A Love Story with Artists’ Theater of Boston.
Most recently I Co-Directed an original production called The Fear Project with Open Theatre Project.
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