Six Feet (Above And) Under: A Graveyard Cabaret, Philadelphia Fringe 2013. No Rest For The Wicked: A Graveyard CabaretPhiladelphia Fringe 2012. Dido in Carthaginians Philadelphia Fringe 2011. Dog in (and co-creator of) The Witch of Edmonton, Puck in REV’s Midsummer Night’s Dream NYC, Philadelphia, CT, Scranton.
Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director (2012-2013) of The Scranton Shakespeare Festival. Puck in Midsummer Night's Dream, Dromio of Syracuse & Dromio of Ephesus in Comedy of Errors for The Scranton Shakespeare Festival.
Off Broadway: Martin Taylor in Brimstone and Treacle (US premiere) by Dennis Potter at Interart, Josef in Learning to Remember and Mack in Shockwave at The Provincetown Playhouse; Billy in Bang at John Houseman Theatre. Olivier in Noir et Blanc, Skin in All I Really Want, Wingﬁeld in Blue Roses all at Dance Theatre Workshop.
Regional: Title role in Hamlet (2009 and 2011), Iago in Othello at The Goodwill Theatre, Binghamton. Dido in Carthaginians (US premiere) by Frank McGuinness, Mr. Lucie in No Orchids for Miss Blandish (US premiere) and Treplev in Another Seagull – all at The Williamstown Theatre Festival; John in The Lion in Winter at South Jersey Regional Theatre. Edmund in Long Day’s Journey Into Night at The Berkshire Theatre Festival, The Emcee in Cabaret(tour); Pippin in Pippin (tour).
Off-Off Broadway: Raymond Radiguet/Nijinsky in Astonish Me by Robin Hooper at HERE, (US premiere) Melchior in Spring Awakening, Candy D in Normalcy at LaMama ETC, Joey in Roadby Jim Cartwright at EST, Ralph in Hitting Town, Rimbaud in Total Eclipse, both at The Directors Company, Wilson in The Rufﬁan on the Stair, Fredrik in The Pelican by Strindberg, both at The Open Space; Clifford in Disappeared at New Dramatists.
In London: Gaveston in Edward II at Battersea Arts Centre, Aspro in The Kid by Michael Gow at The Finborough Arms; Charlie inHollywoodland at The Kings Head; Chick in Mackerel Sky at The Orange Tree.
REV Children’s Theatre: La Teensy Weensy in Playdoh Playdoh (or A Little Musical South Sea Island Exotic Extravaganza) Winter Outreach Program, Goodwill Theatre,Binghamton, NY.
Auntie Hystamine (the Witch) in Handsome and Petal - Summer Outreach Programs in Philadelphia, Stamford CT and Binghamton NY. Huff ‘n’ Puff Daddy (the Wolf) in The Lil’ Red Show – Summer Outreach Programs in Philadelphia, Stamford CT and with The Goodwill Theatre, Johnson City, NY.
Winner of 2011 Falstaff Award – Best choreography for Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre’s The Comedy of Errors.
Director of REV’s Educational and Outreach Programs.
Lead Teaching Artist for Cape May, NJ’s East Lynne Theater Company.United Neighborhood Centers, Scranton – Summer Outreach Programs and Teen Shakespeare Programs: Macbeth(2013) and Romeo & Juliet (2014). Director/Choreographer and Teaching Artist.
Training: American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Member of Actors’ Equity Association
REV Theatre Company brings a fresh contemporary vision to existing dramatic works and company created new pieces. Although telling the story is paramount of course, we interpret and transform the material we work with, changing and intensifying our vision using exploratory and developmental workshops.
Our creative process for both classical and new works constructs a world of juxtaposed components: classical text with interjected original writing (including text from other plays, as well as documentary material); music from varied time periods; intensely physical and choreographed staging; highly stylized production numbers; stark and stripped down design; performances not only in theatres but in urban parks and public spaces; site-specific pieces and non-traditional performance venues in New York, Philadelphia, Scranton, throughout Connecticut and upstate New York; audience-immersive theatre experiences; everyday objects and materials used in unusual ways and as surprising design elements.
REV’s educational outreach programs are an essential part of our mission. Our goal is to make live theatre accessible to everyone by appealing to a widely diverse audiences and by developing and creating cultural activity to enrich the lives of young people and families, particularly those who are underserved in the arts. We bring free professional productions geared to family audiences and accompanying children's workshops particularly to low and middle income families especially in undeserved communities as we are committed to developing new theatre audiences.
REV Theatre Company productions challenge, provoke, energize, and above all entertain our audiences through the accessible, vivid, passionate worlds we create on stage.
Meet the Co-Artistic Directors
Six Feet (Above And) Under: A Graveyard Cabaret, Philadelphia Fringe 2013 and No Rest For The Wicked: A Graveyard CabaretPhiladelphia Fringe 2012. Director Carthaginians Philadelphia Fringe 2011, (recipient of 2011 UArts Faculty Enrichment Grant). Co-creator and director – REV’s The Witch of Edmonton,Midsummer Night’s Dream - NYC, Philadelphia, CT(International Festival of Arts & Ideas), Scranton.
Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director (2012 – 2013) of The Scranton Shakespeare Festival. Director -Midsummer Night's Dream. Comedy of Errors for The Scranton Shakespeare Festival.
Assistant Director for Trevor Nunn at the Royal Shakespeare Company for his productions of Romeo and Juliet and The Winter’s Tale. Assistant Director for Nikos Psacharopoulos on The Greeks at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
New York productions- Off Broadway: US premiere of Dennis Potter’s Brimstone and Treacle.
Off Off Broadway: Jungle of the Cities, Hitting Town, Astonish Me, The Rufﬁan on the Stair, La Musica.
Regional: Hedda Gabler with Christine Baranski at Buffalo’s Studio Arena Theatre; Tom Jones, Wild Oats, No Orchids for Miss Blandish – Williamstown Theatre Festival. Yale Dramat: Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Yale Repertory Theatre.
Philadelphia: 'Night Mother and Terrorism for New City Stage Company, Realm of the Unreal: The Vivian Requiem –
Philadelphia Fringe 2010
She has taught and directed in numerous conservatory training programs in England and the US.
Juilliard School - Balm in Gilead, Too True To be Good, Macbeth, The Seagull, Heartbreak House, The Winter’s Tale. Graduate Acting Program, NYU - Twelfth Night, Cinders, On The Verge, Terminal Bar, Butterﬂy Kiss. University of the Arts: A Bright Room Called Day, Hot L Baltimore, The Seagull, House of Bernarda
Alba, Blackface. University of Scranton - Art, Twelfth Night, Pygmalion Central School of Speech and Drama, London: Fifth
of July. Stella Adler Conservatory: Mad Forest, Twelfth Night, Woyzeck. American Academy of Dramatic Arts: As You Like It,
Les Liaisons Dangeureuses, Uncommon Women, Lydie Breeze.
Resident instructor of Shakespeare at Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre. Acting Faculty: Brind School of Theatre Arts, University of the Arts, and Temple University.United Neighborhood Centers, Scranton – Summer Outreach Programs and Teen Shakespeare Programs: Director and Teaching Artist. Macbeth (2013) andRomeo & Juliet (2014).
BA, (Magna cum laude) University of Sussex.
Trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.