The Playbill Diaries: Waitress

♪ Sugar, Butter, Flour ♫ It’s been quite a while since I’ve treated myself or have been treated to a show on Broadway. And for people who know me, they know: I LOVE a good Broadway play/musical, especially since I’m an actor and theatre kid! So, when my awesome friend & fellow theatre kid Nora was coming to…

This is, “like”, one of my favorite outfits Xo

After getting cast in the one act “Like” for our Atlantic NYU2 evening of one acts for the fall, I couldn’t resist this shirt.  I found it about a month into rehearsals at the Strand Bookstore, and eventually went onto the artist’s website where I ended up buying one for myself and one for my…

Flashback Friday: The Deer Hunter filming

At the beginning of the semester for film class, our instructor Lorielle assigned us scene partners based on what we told her our fears and obstacles were in acting, and what we hope to accomplish.  My ensemble member Nishad and I were partnered up to perform a scene from The Deer Hunter (starring the infamous Meryl…

Well shizz, it’s been a while…

I apologize to myself and for myself for being gone for SO. FRIGGIN. LONG.  (Not like anyone reads this anyways, but whatever!) Getting back into school is always a challenge.  Getting back into second year of college?  A little crazier.  Getting back to college in New York? Fast paced for sure, so it’s hard to keep…

To everyone who was part of “Despite the Mess”…

Thank you to everyone who came and supported us at “Despite the Mess: An Evening of One Acts.” Thank you to the directors, the ASMs, the cast, the crew, and everyone involved in making this one of the best experiences ever. XO

Come see “Despite the Mess: An Evening of One Acts”!!

The NYU2 Atlantic Students of 2015 present “Despite the Mess: An Evening of One Acts” this fall.  I’m so excited to say I’m part of this ensemble and officially performing for the first time in New York and at Atlantic Acting School! Come get messy with us, October 28-31.  You won’t regret it. ❤

“Goodbye, Darlings! So long, Everyone!”

Although closing night was this past Sunday, I still feel the bittersweetness that came with our last performance.  These kids really did pull out six amazing performances that were worth the sold-out theater for every single one of them, and I’m going to miss being part of the magic of Neverland.  With that, I had…

The nostalgia for YAS: Peter Pan Jr. is so real…

When you spend an entire 3 weeks with 110 kids devoted to the in’s and out’s of Neverland, you can’t help but get nostalgic when it comes to a sudden end on closing night, and the days following thus. After the past three days spent in and out of sleep (but no, seriously, the Monday…