I was born and raised in the in the tiny state of Rhode Island. My first time onstage was in my fourth-grade talent show where I sang a spirited version of “I Got Nerve” by Hannah Montana. The reviews were glowing (or at least, both my parents loved it), and it has been impossible to get me off the stage ever since.
I moved to Washington, D.C. in 2016 to pursue a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre from The Catholic University of America. Since starting my time in college, I have had the pleasure of appearing in multiple productions and performance opportunities in the Washington, D.C. and Northeastern areas. I also had the joy of studying abroad in London during the Spring of 2019, where I was exposed to many new ways of thinking, new forms of theatre, and plenty of new skills.
I graduated in an online Zoom ceremony in Spring of 2020, sitting on the lawn of my university with four of my classmates. When I'm not auditioning or performing in the DC area, I can be found serving up scoops at Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream or helping out in the Admissions Office at Green Acres School.
A self-proclaimed grammar nerd, I have a deep affection for writing, reading, and English. I am a lover of coffee, awful puns, and Annie’s Mac and Cheese (always white cheddar).
I am so excited to see what's next on this wild adventure!