People say the nicest things... I have been lucky enough to work quite steadily throughout my professional career and have garnered a few noteworthy accolades along the way...
Off-Off Broadway Review hailed my "delectably rambunctious" Romeo in an all female version of Romeo & Juliet, and Show Business Weekly recalled the famous death scene as "perfection."
The New York Town & Village dubbed my work as "bubbling with comic talent" in an "honest" portrayal of Marge in Funky Fifties.
The New York Renaissance Fair bestowed upon me the coveted PERFORMER OF THE DAY "Cup" award, out of a cast of 80 performers, on opening day of the Fair, no less. The cup sits on my mantle, waiting for friends like Tony and Oscar.
Acting, for me, is a privilege - an opportunity to share something unique in every story I tell, something about the human condition that will hopefully, just maybe, enhance our compassion, our tolerance and our understanding of what it means to be a human being. I look forward to sharing my work with you in person, but until then, please explore the images from my shows and the many stories I have told so far...