Above all, I believe the theater is a place where we come together to be messy, to explore our society and ourselves by changing the rules of play. In this context, actors serve as provocateurs who challenge the audience to get involved, to invest themselves and to ask questions.
I am an actor from South Carolina with an MFA from the American Conservatory Theater (‘19) and a degree in Philosophy from Georgetown University (‘16). During these years, I have been inspired by Stephen Buescher (physical theater, mask, clown) to always find my sense of play, to question the rules, and that theater always speaks to the world around us. I have also been influenced by Jeffrey Crockett (breath and movement) that I should always hold my sense of self and that our humanity always comes first. While I will always admire the classics, especially Shakespeare, recently I have found myself exploring new works, most recently having been involved in the development and premiere of Both Your Houses by Susan Soon He Stanton.
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