Teaching with my husband, Douglas Seldin, in the Stage Combat Common Class, 2017.

Hiya!  Nice to meet you!  Most of the time, I am based in Western Massachusetts, but at the moment, I'm pursuing my MFA Acting degree at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in Birmingham, UK, and I'm loving every second. 


I graduated from Skidmore College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science (cum laude) in Theater, with additional interests in Religious Studies and Genetics.  Since undergrad, I’ve become a company member at Shakespeare & Company, working as a resident actor, director, and teaching artist.  For fun, I love baking, writing, reading, running, CrossFit, board games, learning, and crafting.  I’ve been barred from knitting: it stresses me out, which stresses my husband out, which stresses me out, lather, rinse, repeat.

I'm currently in rehearsals for John Webster's The White Devil, playing the prodigal Count Lodovico.  This production is coming right on the heels of my cohorts' closing Sarah Daniel's Masterpieces, directed by Lynn Farleigh, in which I played as Jennifer. Recently, my MFA cohort produced our own showcase, filmed and compiled in a neat PDF package and in an exclusive website.  Please visit my Contact page to request access.

Two summers ago, I developed and ran Shakespeare & Company's newest summer program, Riotous Youth Extended Days, where Riotous Youth participants were offered the option to spend an additional two hours a day exploring the wider theatrical world.  The preceding autumn, I co-directed Hamlet at Taconic High School, as part of Shakespeare & Company's 30th annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare: my fifth year directing and teaching in the program.  

Please have a click around, and explore my resumes, as well as a few photo galleries from productions past.

As Starveling in A Midsummer Night's Dream, 2017.