Based in Manchester, NH, I have had the pleasure of presenting and performing in work across the globe. With Alithea Mime Theatre I performed contemporary Mime and physical theatre work regionally in the US, in Taiwan and had the honor of presenting at a United Nations conference in the Dag Hammarskjöld theater space at the U.N. building in New York. I have collaborated with artists like Zita Schupferling and Charlie Sutton in site specific gallery work (C24 gallery) and performed in multiple Broadway productions from West Side Story and Evita to, most recently, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. In 2016 I received the Gypsy Robe honor for performance in American Psycho on Broadway. At the heart of my artistic process and endeavors is the continuous investigation of that which is deeply and innately human through using the most human mediums possible; the human body in space, movement, dance, physical theatre and the human voice as an instrument. I am currently working with a group of Alumni of the William Esper Studio to create a method of theatre making based on acting exercises developed by Sanford Meisner. These revealing exercises bring to the surface the raw truth of specific individual experience and keep true collaboration at the center of the creative process. We hope to create a new pathway for theatre making that is direct, honest and inclusive. The personal human narrative is the most powerful tool we have in theatre and live art. Every voice should be represented in theatre, not just the loudest voice, we want to make space for those voices as honestly as possible. I hope to bring this type of challenging theatre to the local community.
Profile Type: Artist