Originally from San Francisco, CA , and now happily residing in NYC.
Recent credits include: National Tour/St. Paul/Boston companies of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas as Tessie (u/s Betty); Fantine in Les Miserables (Orlando Shakespeare Theater); Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde (Westchester Broadway Theatre); How to Succeed In Business… (Goodspeed Musicals) Pattie in Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Florida Studio Theatre); world premiere of the opera The Difficulty of Crossing a Field with Kronos Quartet; Of Thee I Sing (San Francisco Symphony), Anne in A Little Night Music (Post Street Theatre); Merrily We Roll Along, Ragtime, Jane Eyre, A Little Princess (TheatreWorks in California); An American in Paris (Alley Theatre) The Gamester, Happy End (American Conservatory Theater), Stairway to Paradise (Encores! NY City Center).
LOVES doing new works – and especially proud to have been the very first theatrical Emma Woodhouse in Paul Gordon’s musical version of Jane Austen’s Emma in NY workshops, world premiere at TheatreWorks, and subsequent productions at Cincinnati Playhouse and Repertory of St. Louis. Graduated as a Presidential Scholar from San Francisco State University, where she studied all aspects of the theatre arts, and did supplemental private vocal studies with [the late] David Tigner in San Francisco and now studies with Dr. Michael Warren in NYC.