In November I filmed a no budget comedic song about giving yourself a haircut in quarantine for Underground Skills Exchange's Virtual Variety Show and WhoHaHa published it! Check it out here

a bit of the activites I've been doing during the ZOOM WORLD OF 2020 & beyond. 

*Took a sketch writing class through The Pit - it was fantastic.

*Performed long form improv through The Armory with the brand new lightning team "Zoombie Apocalypse"

*Currently taking a Character Workshop with Sarah Parsons and having so much fun

I graduated from UCB Improv 401! It was so exhilarating and fun to learn and share the stage with so many talented improvisors throughout the four levels of the core program.

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Two friends and I completed a 7 Day Film Sprint in Northampton, MA where we had to write, shoot, and edit a short film in one week. We had to use a genre, object, and line of dialogue that were randomly chosen for us. Ours were musical film, ice cream cone, and "Here we go again." 

Taking several recommendations from friends & colleagues, I participated in the Spring Intensive at Double Edge Theatre in Ashfield, MA. It is such a special place and the training was intense and powerful. 

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Exciting news!!! You can watch me in episode 1 of the new miniseries Time Traveling Bong on Comedy Central! It stars Ilana Glazer and Paul W. Downs and was directed by Lucia Aniello (the three of them created and wrote the series as well).  I had too much fun getting to be goofy with Ilana. Check out the full episode here.

I played the role of Emma in the proof-of-concept film Running Embers. Give it a watch here.


I was thrilled to act in Cinthya Hernandez's short play Creed in the role of Lucy for Exit 7's New Short Play Contest. Hernandez's powerful play about PTSD won best drama at the contest!

Acting in Gender Fetish was an experience I'll never forget. Due to the improvisation involved & the audience participation aspect, every night was unique! To read more about the production click here.

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Eight tremendously talented ladies and I made up the ensemble of the choreoplay Diary of a Catholic School Dropout, which we performed at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity at the Paradise Factory Theater in the East Village. 

I got to portray Annie Oakley for Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum series. It was so cool to play an iconic woman from history. The episode finally aired and you can view my segment here.


The Strategist, a brand new play, premiered at The Brick Theater in Williamsburg and I played two roles! 

We wrapped production on Can't Get Enough, directed by Alyssa Rallo Bennett and written by Gary O Bennet. My character, Marta, is intense. Take a look at the trailer


I graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts!

Following a preview at the People's Improv Theater on Election Night, my Political Snorts class and I, under the direction of the legendary Liz Swados, performed our original satirical show at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club. It was an honor to collaborate with this group.