Passionate About Inspiring Actors from Marginalized Communities
As a Queer, Jewish, Afro-Latina in Theatre, I have run the gamut of experiences-from those that were deeply enriching to those that made me deeply uncomfortable.
As an educator, I am committed to creating a space where marginalized people can train, explore their creativity and network to support each other on our journey to being better artists.
During my time at Brown and beyond, I discovered that there was something troubling about traditional actor training. Saying Yes in an improv can sometimes be complicated when you're cast in a way that reinstates systems of oppression that many of our allies are not aware of. It can be isolating, and discouraging. I want to empower you to be true to yourself, your art, and your process. I will encourage you to be diligent about your training because smart, prepared actors are working actors, and I want to do my best to set you up for whatever success means to you.
Brown University, B.A., Theatre Arts
The Dell'arte International School of Physical Theatre
City University of New York, M.A. in Applied Theatre
Performed with Lincoln Center and The National Theatre of Great Britain's production of "War Horse"
Member of Actor's Equity
Has performed at the Ahmanson Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Public Theatre, Primary Stages, and others in New York City and across the U.S.