I am a New York City-based Dramaturg, Arts Journalist, Writer and Theatre Artist. I have been published in national publications and websites, including: Playbill.com, American Theatre magazine, Show Business magazine and Theasy.com. Currently, I am the proofreader/copy-editor at SpotCo–proofing all digital, print, and televised ads for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, including: Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Chicago, Kinky Boots, Fun Home, Something Rotten!, Waitress, School of Rock, The Color Purple, The Humans, A View from the Bridge, The Crucible, Roundabout Theatre Company and Lincoln Center Theater productions. I am an active script reader for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company (D.C.) and the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center (CT). In August of 2013 I co-founded The Grace Period Blog, where I serve as Artistic Director while writing, producing, and performing the collective’s work. We are a group of women and college graduates who write and perform about the impact of student debt on America’s young people. In the past, I have worked creatively and administratively with Girl Be Heard, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Signature Theatre Company Theatre Communications Group and Studio 42.
I have a Master’s in Performance Studies from Tisch, New York University and a Bachelor’s in Theatre and Drama from Florida State University.
Research Interests: Women in Theatre, Dramaturgy in the Community, Musical Theatre, Auto-ethnography and Documentary Theatre, Feminist performance and Activism, Art in Community-building, Public Art, the Subjectivity of the Artist Within Community Art