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March/April 2019: Daktoa (feature film)

Dakota is making its debut at film festivals across the country. If you missed the premiere at the DC Independent Film Fesitval, where it won best of Best of DC film, you have two more opportunities to see it locally.
  • The NOVA International Film & Music Festival
    April 8 at the Angelika Film Center in Fairfax, VA
  • Richmond International Film Festival
    April 23 at the Byrd Theatre in Richmond, VA.

  • Dakota Feature Film Video
    Watch the trailer.


    August 2018: Dinner and Macbeth in Repertory

    I played Sian in the “devastatingly funny area debut” of Dinner, directed by Stevie Zimmerman, and a witch in Macbeth, directed by Jordan Friend, which played in repertory at 4615 Theatre Company.

    “The one truth-teller, Sian (she is a journalist, after all) is a human scourge, and her fealty to the truth makes her appear like a fifth-grade tattletale.”
    -DC Theatre Scene

    "The witches have a pagan mysticism that I’ve not previously encountered, and were genuinely unsettling. There’s no cauldron, per se, but the substitute for it is impressively unnerving."
    —The Washington Post

    July 2018: Bootleg Shakespeare - Henry VI, part 3

    The Taffety Punk Bootleggers returned for the final installment of Henry VI. I am played Son, a cameo role with a heartbreaking monologue as well as sundry others. We had a great audience--standing room only.

    View the video from Part 2 in 2017.

    June 2018: 48 Hour Film Project - Mean Cusine

    I am honored to share that I received the award for Best Actress in a Comedy for Mean Cuisine! I am so grateful to my amazing team and the knockout script.

    I had an incredible 48 hours with Shrug Productions starring in Mean Cuisine, a dark comedy about a food vlogger gone rogue, premiering at AFI Silver in Silver Spring.

    June 2018: Klecksography: Collective Ink

    I had the opportunity to collaborate with Rorschach Theatre and Pointless Theatre’s Matt Reckeweg on a new play by Jonelle Walker. All That Is Solid Melts Into Air was written, staged and performed in one week in Rorschach’s #Klex18 on June 2nd.

    May 2018: Unfocused by Jean Koppen at Metro Stage

    I played Svetlana in Unfocused, a satirical comedy about a group of Russians hosting a phony focus group to pick the next American President.

    January 2018: Waxing West
    Presented as part of the Women's Voices Theatre Festival

    I was excited to be in DC-area premeire of 4615 Theatre Company's Waxing West by Romanian playwright Saviana Stanescu.

    Read The Washington Post's review by Celia Wren

    Read DC Theatre Scene's review by Kelly McCorkendale

    Read DC Metro Theatre Arts' review by Sophia Howes

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