Who am I?
I am an actor/director/writer from New Orleans, Louisiana and based in London. I came to London for the Masters's program in Applied Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. I graducated in December 2022 with a First. My focus was on Theatre and Criminal Justice. Since coming to London I have performed twice in the Edinburgh Fringe. I have worked with and Immediate Theatre. I now work as a tour guide at Shakespeare's Globe as well as working with Unlock Drama, Fulham Palace, and Clean Break Theatre Company.
I graduated from Brown University with a degree in Theatre Arts and Performance Studies and History (with a focus on Radical Social Change) recipient of the M.H. Hicks award for promising woman graduate in theatre. I performed as Third Witch in Macbeth and Ariel in The Tempest at the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival. And in a workshop of Clown Iliad in Lenox, MA. In New York, I performed A Lady Does Not Scratch Her Crotch at the Tank, Central Square Theatre in Boston, at the Nola inFringe Fest and then at Edinburgh Fringe. I also performed in Shakespeare's Clowns (The Players), The Great Filter (Barton Booth), a reading of Because I am your Queen (Like a Girl), Uncynical Queer Joy is the Solution to the Rise of Global Fascism (Good Work Gallery) and Amelia and Pippi (Unicorn Gallery).
I also worked with Ten Thousand Things Theatre in Minneapolis and am very interested in the intersection between social justice and theatre particularly when it comes to the issue of mass incarceration.