Height: 5’2” ▪ Weight: 110 ▪ Hair: gray ▪ Eyes: brown


Opening September 2023: Edna Mae, Lost in Little Rock, California Stage/Michele Koehler
and Scott Taylor
Ensemble, Shakespeare and Stirred, Sacramento Theatre Company/Jennifer Provenza
Greta Ohlsson, Murder on the Orient Express, Sacramento Theatre Company/Michael Laun
Joanna track, Gloria: A Life, Sacramento Theatre Company/Natasha Hause
Bib, Alabaster, Capital Stage/Kristin Clippard
Fiona “Momo” Blake, The Humans, Capital Stage/Michael Stevenson
Egeus/Peter Quince, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sacramento Theatre Company/Casey McClellan
Ouiser Boudreaux, Steel Magnolias, Sacramento Theatre Company/Casey McClellan
Witch/Porter/Mentieth, Macbeth, Sacramento Theatre Company/Casey McClellan
Lady Markby, An Ideal Husband, Big Idea Theatre/Kevin Adamski
Caprice, Doublewide Texas, Main Street Theatre Works/Allen Pontes
Joanne, Company, Theater One/Michael Erwin
Desiree, Bellerose and Sister Marthe, Cyrano, Sierra Repertory Theatre/Dennis Jones, Sonora
Clown, Al and Homer: The Drone Play, Ovation Stage/Penny Kline, Sacramento
Felicity, The Shadow Box, Resurrection Theatre/Bill Zarriello, Sacramento
Pawlina, Angel in the Night, California Stage/Ray Tatar, Sacramento
Zerbinetta, Italian Opera, California Stage/Ray Tatar, Sacramento
Countess Aurelia, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Ovation Stage/Penny Kline, Sacramento
Hildegarde, Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them, Ovation Stage/Penny Kline, Sacramento
Colleen, Healing Grace, Ovation Stage/Penny Kline, Sacramento
Naomi, Naomi in the Living Room, Ovation Stage/Penny Kline, Sacramento
Madame Giry, Phantom of the Opera, Sacra-Melo/Gary Winterholler, Sacramento
Bernice (stand-in), Pensacola, Lambda Players, Sacramento
Widow Paroo, The Music Man, Noetic Productions, Roseville
Mother, Life With Father, Woodland Opera House, Woodland
Mommy (stand-in), This One Night, B Street Theatre, Sacramento
Madame Arcati, Blithe Spirit, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Sonora
Stephanie, Marquee, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Sonora
Constance, Dear World, Manteca Community Theatre
Diva, On the Street and Off the Wall, Stockton Civic Theatre
Woman, Gold’s Fool, Sacramento Theatre Company
Ermengarde, Hello, Dolly!, Music Circus, Sacramento


Amanda, Glass Menagerie (Williams), Studio, B Street Theatre Conservatory, Sacramento
Nurse Benson, Bad Habits (McNally), Studio, American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco
Roberta, A Life in the Theater (Mamet), Studio, American Conservatory Theater, San Francisco
Various, Fantasy Festival Reading, Fantasy Theatre, Sacramento
Domina, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, CSU Fresno
Elise, The Miser (Moliere), CSU Fresno
Title role, The Sparrow (original kabuki), CSU Fresno
Piglet, Winnie the Pooh (touring production), CSU Fresno
Duchess, Alice in Wonderland (touring production), Delta College
Martirio, The House of Bernarda Alba (Lorca), Delta College
Ensemble, Carnival and West Side Story, Delta College
Aase, Peer Gynt (Ibsen), Delta College
Christina, The Cave of Salamanca (Cervantes), Delta College

Voice over, U.K.
Communicare/Ferralli Studios, Pennsylvania
Zap!Sound, (Western Union IVR), Vienna, Austria
Headhunterz (musician-producer), Netherlands
Clark and Rush Mechanical, California
Watkins Vanilla, Missouri
Manteca Bulletin, California
TOTH Brand Imaging, Massachusetts
Wiles Wedding Video, California


Alto and business manager, Merry Measure novelty quartet, Sacramento
Scriptwriter and actor, training videos, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento
Dresser, Theatre Royal at Drury Lane and Royal Court Theatre, London, England


Voice over

Ray Nakamoto, Cammie Winston, Donna Christie, Bill Whitman, Stan Lemkuil, Susan Hayward, among others

Formal education

ACT Summer Training Congress (Meissner, Francine Landes; improv, Rafe Chase); Shakespeare (Jack Lynn, Charlie Holliday); B Street Theatre Conservatory (Michael Stevenson, Jamie Jones); CSU Fresno (B.A., drama); Delta College (A.A., journalism, drama); Mountview Drama School (London)

Movement and voice

STC/ACT (dance, Priscilla Regalado; clowning, Letitia Bartlett; stage combat, Andrew Hurteau; speech, Lynn Soffer); Step One (tap); CSU Fresno (ballet, theater dance, mime); Delta College (modern dance, theater dance, choral); Sacramento City College (voice)

Children’s theater

CSU Fresno and Delta College (multiple touring and mainstage productions)

Skills and interests

Character voices, physical comedy, clowning, singing, dancing, playing piano, children’s theater, aerobics, yoga, reading, writing, editing, publications layout, travel, gardening, loitering in coffeehouses