Hi! I'm an MFA-trained theatre-maker and AEA actor based in Brooklyn, New York. My work has included new plays, experimental theatre, performance art, Shakespeare, voiceover, immersive theatre, musicals, dramaturgy, film, video, digital games, and more.
I joined the New York Neo-Futurists in 2018 and (when not mid-pandemic) perform throughout the year in NYNF's weekly show, The Infinite Wrench. I've also appeared as an actor with Arena Stage, Trinity Rep, the Intiman Theatre Festival, the San Francisco Neo-Futurists, UglyRhino, The Brick, Broken Ghost Immersives, Woodshed Collective, the Lark, the Bushwick Starr, and the Drama League.
As a voiceover artist, I've worked with Dipsea, the Neo-Futurists' podcast Hit Play, The Strange Case of Starship Iris, and as the voice of Michael Witten in Season 3 of Within the Wires, a production of Night Vale Presents.
I perform regularly with The Williams Project, a Seattle-based, living-wage theatre ensemble. The Seattle Times has described our work as "transcendently gorgeous" and named our production of Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending one the best productions of the year.
I write new plays, musicals, and immersive shows (and, once, for The Toast). My work as a playwright has been produced by/appeared at the New Ohio, Dixon Place, AntiMatter Collective, The Brick, Caveat, Stage74, and the San Francisco Neo-Futurists. I've studied devised theatre with Elevator Repair Service. My immersive work was included in the inaugural Future of Storytelling festival in New York City, and I attended Northeastern University's 2018 summit for immersive creators, Analog Holodeck.
My work as a dramaturg has taken me to the Kennedy Center and the New Harmony Project. I was a script reader for Roundabout Theatre Company from 2014 to 2018 and a 2010 LMDA Dramaturgy Fellow.
I grew up near Dallas, Texas. I received my MFA in Acting from Brown/Trinity Rep, and a BS in Theatre Studies from the University of Evansville, with a minor in graphic design. As an undergrad, I also spent a semester in England at Harlaxton College, where I studied Shakespeare and British History.
My pronouns are they/them and he/him.