I am a writer, designer, director, and collector of old things. My home is New Hampshire, but a piece of my heart is in Ohio. I believe in $10 budgets, funny women, and being kind to each other.
My plays have been described as crass, hilarious, surprising, and surprisingly heartbreaking. How nice is that?
I just graduated from Kenyon College where I majored in Drama and minored in Mathematics. At Kenyon, I was a part of the sketch comedy group Beyond Therapy, the educational theatre outreach group Billy Shakes, the Kenyon College Dance, Drama & Cinema Club, and the News & Entertainment blog The Kenyon Thrill. I am also a founding member of Playwright's Workshop at Kenyon College. I'm a proud alum of The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals, a member of the Dramatist's Guild, and former intern of the Natural Theatre Company in Bath, England and Good Deed Entertainment in Ashland, Ohio.
This past fall during my last semester at Kenyon College, I directed Year of the Rooster by Olivia Dufault with StageFemmes, presented my senior thesis in drama, a short comedy called EGGHEADS, as a staged reading, and assistant directed the first departmental mainstage, Oedipus Rex. I also scrambled together a live sketch show with my comedy group, Beyond Therapy, and managed the props for my best friend's senior thesis in drama, a production of Annie Baker's The Aliens.
Coming soon is a science-fiction short film, MILLER, written and directed by Kyle Bower, which I had the honor of doing the set design and set dressing for. I built a spaceship out of trash! I can't wait for everyone to see it!