I’ve loved watching theater ever since I saw Annie Get Your Gun on Broadway at age 10, but I somehow didn’t realize until college that there was an entire world behind the scenes. At that point I was halfway through a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Olin College, but I got a taste of stage managing and it completely changed the direction of my life.

I spent junior and senior year devoting as much time as possible to the Franklin W. Olin Players and the Babson Players, while figuring out which aspects of engineering would actually be useful in a career in theater. After graduating from Olin, I immediately started work at Allenberry Playhouse, where I stage managed for six months before moving to New York City. I’ve been stage managing in NYC since then, with a few summers at regional theaters around the northeast. Credits include one Broadway show, multiple off-Broadway shows, all of the major NYC festivals, award shows, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and 4th of July fireworks, readings and workshops, and too many AEA Showcases to count. In 2012 I won the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Stage Management, for my work on The Attic Theater Company’s The Time of Your Life.

In 2017, I starting working in operations at Flatiron School, a coding bootcamp teaching students across the country, which lets me apply my love of operations and logistics in a technological and education environment. I still occasionally work as a stage manager for events, concerts, and galas.




Passing It On 2022
Rosie’s Theater Kids

April 2022

SheArts Summer Theater Festival
Summer 2022

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