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Timon of Athens

Frederick Shakespeare Festival

By William Shakespeare and Thomas Middleton
Reimagined and Directed by Brian MacDonald

July 30, 2023-August 6, 2023


Shakespeare's Timon of Athens is re-imagined as a one-hour, immersive production with five actors, exploring the story of a generous citizen whose misplaced trust causes her to lose everything and bitterly retreat to the wilderness where she contemplates revenge...

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Rorschach Theatre

By Kate Hamill
from the novel by Bram Stoker

Directed by Rebecca Rovezzi


October 14, 2022 – November 6, 2022

Performed at the Historic Firehouse
at the Parks at Walter Reed

Kate Hamill boldly reimagines Bram Stoker’s classic tale of vampires and finds new monsters just beneath the skin. The gothic tropes of villains who wear evil on their sleeve and damsels in distress are replaced by all-too-human monsters and ferocious women who stab at the heart of the patriarchy itself. 

Credit: Ryan Maxwell Photography 

This past Fall, I had the opportunity to sink my teeth into Rorschach Theatre's Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy Really, which was a project unlike anything I've done before! I got the chance to play three distinct roles, have fake blood drip out of my mouth (surprisingly minty!), and die not once, but TWICE on the firehouse floor. The cast and creative team were some of the loveliest people I've had the opportunity to work with, and this show truly pushed me out of my comfort zone.

Do You Feel Anger?

Theater Alliance

By Mara Nelson-Greenberg

Directed by Kelly Colburn

May 18-June 11, 2022


Sofia was recently hired as an empathy coach at a debt collection agency—and clearly, she has her work cut out for her. These employees can barely identify what an emotion is, much less practice deep, radical compassion for others. While they painstakingly stumble towards enlightenment, someone keeps mugging Eva in the kitchen. An outrageous comedy about the danger—and absurdity—of a world where some people’s feelings matter more than others’.

Last Spring, I took on one of the most challenging but fulfilling roles I've ever played as Eva in Do You Feel Anger? The journey I got to take with her every night and her growth I got to partake in throughout the play helped me examine a lot of areas in my own life. 

In early 2023, I had the absolute honor of receiving a Helen Hayes nomination for Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Play for this role.

Credit: Manaf Azzam
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