Lincoln 2020 Extends and Wins Best of Broadwater Award!

Lincoln 2020 Extends and Wins Best of Broadwater Award!

Out of 400+ plays that took part in the Hollywood Fringe, LINCOLN 2020 won a Best of Broadwater Award which included an extension weekend of performances! Such an honor and so grateful to be reunited with the cast!

Super Secret Project!

Super Secret Project!

I’ve been working on a really fun project this month…that I can’t tell you about! Check back and as soon as I’m able, I’ll share more!

The Comedy Leslye Headland is Calling "On Par with VEEP"

The Comedy Leslye Headland is Calling "On Par with VEEP"

Check out some reviews for LINCOLN 2020!

 “A pointed satire [that] asks a pretty good “What if" on a number of contemporary political, social, racial and LGBT issues in the aftermath of 2016–a blame for which we must both sling and shoulder–and all the while managing to be pretty damn funny." – Monique LeBleu, The Los Angeles Beat 

“A comedy on par with VEEP with just enough absurdism and satire to keep you guessing and entertained.” – Leslye Headland, creator/EP Russian Doll 

“An exceptional show that will challenge the audience to reconsider the power of political nostalgia, as funny and clever as it is thoughtful.” – Matthew Robinson, Encore Judge 

“With an incredible script and brilliant direction, the cast truly had the freedom to deliver a strong contender for some type of award recognition and is most worthy of an Encore performance.” -Bob Leggett, Indie Voice Blog 

“What a riot this show was. Relevant, hysterical, well-written and directed. This was a Fringe standout.” – Billy Ray Brewton 

“Intelligently written and so beautifully performed by this excellent ensemble cast.” – Kenneth Klimak 

“The actors had a blast with Holiday Kinard’s whip-smart script. A great show that sent up all the absurdity of the current political situation, without getting bogged down by the despair.” – Lucy Gillespie 

“Astutely and often raucously funny, it is also surprisingly deep.” – Karin Collinson 

“This show is exceptionally funny, goofy in all the right ways, manages to infuse some deep political satire and cautionary flags” – Erik Blair 

Lincoln 2020 at the Hollywood Fringe Festival!

Lincoln 2020 at the Hollywood Fringe Festival!

We opened this brand new political satire at the Hollywood Fringe Festival! We run through June 29th, grab your tickets and learn more at lincoln2020play.com.

Like a lot of people today, jaded campaign manager Tess Baker (think Jessica Jones meets Josh Lyman) is sick of politics. She’s just about ready to throw in the towel when somebody wakes up a candidate she can work with - Abraham Lincoln.

Will he be a good President in 2020 America? Will he even win?

You decide - the play has two endings and your vote counts! I play Kenzie, a 19 year old instagram influencer who runs Abe Lincoln's social media.

PRIME Starring Katrina Bowden

PRIME Starring Katrina Bowden

I participated in the Collaboration Filmmaker Challenge this spring and acted in two short films. PRIME was written and directed by Ben Jorgensen. I acted opposite Katrina Bowden (series regular on 30 Rock and Bold & The Beautiful) as her best frenemy who isn’t as supportive as she seems. So much fun to collaborate with this duo!

Solve on Snapchat! Killer Iced Coffee

Solve on Snapchat! Killer Iced Coffee

I play Amy, the “thespian” college student who takes drama club way too seriously in an episode of Snapchat’s Solve. Solve lets viewers follow along with clues and vote on who they think committed the crime!

Off Broadway Reading!

Off Broadway Reading!

So excited to share that I’ll be in a staged reading of THE SWEEPERS at the Off-Broadway theatre Urban Stages. I’ll play Karen, a young Wellesley educated bride who grapples with her husband’s ties to his family and wanting to begin their life together.

Come see the play, free of charge, as a celebration of Urban Stages 35th Anniversary, Monday 10/15 at 7pm.

Broad Humor Film Festival in Venice!

Broad Humor Film Festival in Venice!

Wedding Season’s festival run continued at Broad Humor in Venice, CA. I had a wonderful time representing the film and seeing the incredible work by other female filmmakers.