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.