As a storyteller who acts, directs, and writes, I gravitate toward stories expressing dynamic and dysfunctional relationships that reflect our social and interpersonal climate. I aspire to make stories and storytelling more accessible to and representative of marginalized artists and patrons. I lean toward performing, directing, and/or writing work that center disabled and/or queer stories.
I am a bi-coastal artist represented for commercial/film by Option in the Pacific Northwest and currently living and studying in Boston MA. I have been performing in film since 2011, regional theatre since 2015, writing plays/novels and directing plays/musicals since 2018, and providing audition support coaching since 2019 and in 2023 began working as an accessible theatre consultant. I have an Associates Degree in General Studies (AGS) and a Career Endorsement in Musical Theatre and am currently BFA Theatre Arts candidate in Acting, Directing, and Playwriting with a minor in Social and Racial Justice at Boston University (BU'24). I am also pursuing intimacy direction from Intimacy Directors and Coordinators (IDC) in NYC and will receive my Intimacy Professional Certificate in Summer 2024. In addition, I work part-time as the Communications Assistant for the College of Fine Arts (CFA) at BU where I am a featured writer for CFA social media, website, and magazine.
Recent projects include: Directed/Music Directed The Moors by Jen Silverman and directed by Roz Beven, Tom Ripley in Switzerland by Joanna Murray-Smith, and The Mountains Are Calling… a play written by me and presented as a staged reading as part of the Boston University's School of Theatre Springboard Festival.
As a storyteller, I have a passion for analyzing and discussing philosophy of art and beauty, books, film, music, theatre, and art/artists, finding joy in singing/playing music, and writing songs and poems, and taking in nature.
See my previous musings as a blogger for Broadway World
PC: Josie Goldfarb
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