Growing up, I was endlessly curious—and very indecisive. I dreamed of becoming a pastry chef, architect, marine biologist, archeologist…the list goes on.
But I didn’t become any of those things. Instead, I ended up finding something even better to satisfy my curiosity: my love of performing—allowing me to explore all sorts of stories and experiences every day.
This spring, I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s BFA Musical Theater Program. At CCM, I had the opportunity to perform in some incredible projects and collaborate with faculty and peers that inspired me every day. During my sophomore year, I co-founded a student theater organization which focused on providing a platform for BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and female artists’ stories. I served as its Executive Director and produced our inaugural production, The Wolves, in the winter of 2022. Most recently, I finished out my time in Cincinnati performing in Ragtime with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
Some fun facts about me…
Before attending CCM, I spent a year as an undergraduate at UCLA
I’m a lifelong New Englander from Westport, Connecticut
At my bat mitzvah, my cantor told me that I was the first person he’s ever heard belt their torah portion
Favorite things include: baking (and eating) desserts, listening to The Daily (daily), taking flying trapeze classes, Peloton, my plants
I’m most passionate about theater that changes hearts and minds by challenging our viewpoints and beliefs, and I aim to be part of work that connects us by doing just that. I hope to collaborate with you soon!