Hello! I am originally from West Palm Beach, FL. I always knew I was meant to be a stage manager because it combined my love for the theatre with my love for organization, time management, and being a leader.
I graduated from the University of Florida with honors, a double major in Psychology and Theatre, and a minor in Communication Studies. I am now at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Stage Management.
I have spent the last three years taking courses, conducting research, and reading literature to educate myself on how to become a more self-aware and inclusive stage manager and individual. When I first stage managed a production in 2019 that confronted the realities of racism, I realized how much I had yet to learn. Working on this show shifted my entire view of what it means to be a stage manager and a person.
When I am not in the theatre, I am struggling to be funny through mediocre stand-up comedy, painting beautiful pictures where I only have to color in the lines that someone else drew for me, or cooking or baking a dish I have never attempted before. I also occasionally coach recreational flag football whenever I am back home.
I just finished production stage managing the world premiere of 30 Years of Stephen: The Music of Stephen Flaherty at the University of Cincinnati. My next project will be assistant stage managing on the national tour of How the Grinch Stole Christmas: The Musical with TROIKA entertainment.
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