How would you describe yourself as an artist?: company manager, theatre maker, collaborator
What pronouns do you use?: she/her/hers
How do you define your gender?: a woman whose identity is in a state of flux
How do you define your sexuality?: queer
Where are you based? : New Jersey (for now), soon to be NYC
What is your favorite thing on your resume?: I wear my degree in Drama and Women's Studies from Vassar as a badge of great pride.
What is the musical theatre song you’re most likely to belt in the shower?: No One Else from Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 (because sometimes you just want to feel like a princess) (okay, a countess)!
Who is your “queer-o”? : My queer-o isn't anyone famous, but someone who made a huge impact on my life. I truly believe in Jeanine Tesori's "For Girls, You Have to See It to Be It" quote, and my queero is a family friend who was the first queer woman I ever knew. Before her, I never had an example in my life of what queerness could look like for a woman. Once I had that example in my life, it allowed for me to explore my own identities that I had never before seen as possible.