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Beauty Marks

I shot a commercial in November with these loves, Jordan and Evie. We all played the same character at different ages. Our amazing makeup team gave them each a beauty mark to match mine! I almost cried when I saw them. (Sidenote: Evie originated the role of Katie in School of Rock on Broadway. She’s much cooler and much better at guitar than me.)

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The (Almost) Unforgettable Tale of Edwin Booth

I spent a blissful week in September singing with this brilliant cast for a staged reading of Don Chaffer’s new musical! Directed by Gabriel Barre, music direction by Kyle Norris. I was blown away every day by the amount of talent in the room.

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I’m a Pokémon!

I absolutely loved finding the voice for this adorable little Water Bug in “Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon Ultra Adventures.” Check out my episode HERE to watch Dewpider venture out into the real world for the first time.

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Signed with Buchwald

Thrilled to announce that I’ve signed with Don Buchwald & Associates in NYC for Commercial Voice Over and Commercial On-Camera! Looking forward to building a relationship with such a warm and welcoming talent agency.

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Strangemen at the EUGENE O’NEILL

In May 2018, I went up to Waterford, CT with Strangemen Theater Co. to do a 10 day workshop of Frank Winter’s gorgeous play, THE SHAPE OF THE STARS. What a magical place, and an incredibly talented group of creators. Can’t wait to work with them again.

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Ace Hotel Residency

At the beginning of 2018, I devised an immersive theater piece with Sea Dog and performed it in a loft suite at the Ace Hotel each Sunday in February. "Not From Here" was directed by Erwin Maas, written by Brandt Adams and performed by Dan Kublick, Martha Harms and Christopher Domig. Take a look at our trailer video here!

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Awake and Sing! featuring Len Cariou

Staged reading with this phenomenal group. Produced by Sea Dog as part of their 2017 reading series. Stephen Brown Fried is a directing genius. Len Cariou was a sparkly eyed Jacob. Can we do a full production?