I grew up Mormon in Utah and graduated from BYU’s Music Dance Theatre program after serving a Mormon mission in Santiago, Chile. Then I was just beginning my queer self-discovery journey. After a few years living in NYC and performing under my deadname and in roles that don’t match my identity, I’m ready to jump head first into a world of queer, diverse, and meaningful theatre—telling stories that touch, rouse, and entertain.
iSexual orientation describes a person's enduring physical, romantic, and/or emotional attraction to another person.
iOne’s internal, deeply held sense of gender. Some people identify completely with the gender they were assigned at birth (usually male or female), while others may identify with only a part of that gender, or not at all. Some people identify with another gender entirely. Unlike gender expression, gender identity is not visible to others.
iRacial identity is the qualitative meaning one ascribes to one’s racial group, whereas ethnic identity is a concept that refers to one’s sense of self as a member of an ethnic group. At their core, both constructs reflect an individual’s sense of self as a member of a group; however, racial identity integrates the impact of race and related factors, while ethnic identity is focused on ethnic and cultural factors. We celebrate our Keys’ intersectionality and understand that creating one’s racial/ethnic identity is a fluid and nonlinear process that varies for every person. Many folks will identify with more than one background while others will identify with a single group more broadly.
Actor, Singer, Dancer, Director, Dialectician
Tap, MT, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet
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