I was born in Louisville, KY and raised across the river in New Albany, IN.
I started performing when my choir teacher introduced me to her daughter, the General Manager for the local dinner theatre, Derby Dinner Playhouse. My first professional show was Shenandoah.
I attended Otterbein University in Westerville, OH.
Outside of performing, I enjoy Soul Cycle (where I am employed), bowling, swimming, Central Park, and my Netflix while enjoying my dominos.
My first big job was The Muny in St. Louis my junior year of college. A couple of friends and I drove 9 hours to St. Louis to audition.
Bette Weber Flock was my first dancer teacher and also the choreographer throughout my high school years. To this day, she is still choreographing and running a studio. She teaches in a chair, due to health. BUT she is STILL there. Her dedication, strength, and determination have impacted so many, and I happen to be one lucky enough to have experience it.
My favorite saying, “Age is only important if you are cheese or wine.” 🙂
But actually, “To live will be an awfully big adventure.” – J.M. Barrie