Thus began a serious series of portraying elderly women, despite my young age: The Little Old Lady #2 of Pasadena in the annual Glen Ellen 4th of July Parade, the aging diva Eartha Kitt role in The Wild Party at Carnegie Mellon University (where I won the Adelaide Roth Memorial Award for acting), Emilia in The Winter's Tale, and Mrs. Thistletwat in Avenue Q.
In addition to aging divas, I've been lucky enough to play many inanimate objects and animals, ranging from a sassy blue Chair in Pee-wee Herman on Broadway, to a snuggly yellow bear in Avenue Q, to a Dog in Sylvia, to Dory the short-term-memory-loss-suffering Fish in Finding Nemo, the Musical. I've played a few humans as well mostly Children, Sluts, and Parolees. (Not in the same show).
I hope to bring truth, warmth, and whimsy to each role, production, commercial, set, and relationship. Look for me currently in Avenue Q off-Broadway at New World Stages in NYC!