I'm a performance artist based in Brooklyn, recently graduated from the Yale School of Drama. I also direct, teach, write, devise ...
I grew up in Williamstown, MA running around in the woods with my brother Luke and pretending to be a wizard. I found my way to Brown University, where I majored in English while studying acting with Lowry Marshall, Thom Jones, and Kym Moore. At Yale, I was able to deepen my craft and step into a wide range of compelling characters and projects. Now I can pretend to be a wizard professionally . . .
I believe when we play onstage and on screen, we can bend people out of the habit of their daily lives — putting them more deeply in touch with themselves and increasing their curiosity about others.
It's a turbulent time, and a vital one to plumb the relationship between art and justice. I'm invested in exploring this intersection, and in having the conversations that deepen collaboration.