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In my time as a theatre major at Clark University – ranked #12 in the Princeton Review for best theatre schools – I focused on stage performance and production. I starred in 8 plays, ranging from classical to contemporary. As president of Clark University Player's Society, my small team produced 12 plays in three years. Outside of Clark, I trained extensively with the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival.


As President of Clark University Player's Society (CUPS), my small team of producers mounted twelve plays in three years. We also organized fundraisers, audition workshops, and 24 Hour Play Festivals. Every show opened on schedule, under budget, and with consistently higher attendance than shows produced by the university's nationally ranked theatre department.

We produced a combination of student written plays and professional work. We worked with a range of directors, both first-time and seasoned professionals, and a range of genres, from contemporary to mystery to drama to comedy.

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Written by Mary Zimmerman

Directed by Kim Carrell

Photography by Erin McKeon

December 8-10, 2016

Little Center, Michelson Theatre

Clark University, Worcester, MA​


As a theatre major at Clark University, I specialized in stage performance. With a natural skill for comedic timing, I am equally comfortable with dramas and comedies. Prior to college, I trained with the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. In 2017, I revisted these Shakespearean roots when I starred as Hotspur in Henry IV, Part I and worked with Trinity Repertory Theatre director Stephen Thorne.

I am extensively trained in stage combat. I have taken classes in Voice & Diction and in Improv. I also studied acting for film with the US Performing Arts Camps.

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Henry IV,

Part 1

Role: Hotspur

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Stephen Thorne

Photography by Clark Arts

Produced by Clark University's Visual & Performing Arts Department

Worcester, MA


Most recently I moved into directing theatre, merging my thorough background in acting and production. I have worked with Shana Gozansky, a Boston-based director and teacher at Brown University.


My professional debut was the premiere of a new play titled The Lavenders by Emily Denny. In this living room comedy set in the 1950s, we peak into the lives of a homosexual couple living under the facade of a heterosexual marriage. The Lavenders will be receiving a developmental/staged reading at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre in the summer of 2018.

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The Lavenders

Written by Emily Denny

Directed by Amelia Mohr

Photography by Jay Sundar Rajan

World Premiere:

March 21-25, 2018

Produced by Clark University's Visual & Performing Arts Department & Clark University Player's Society

Little Center, Michelson Theatre

Clark University, Worcester, MA​