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03.21.2020

Catch me as "Genevieve" on episode 6 of HIGH MAINTENANCE on HBO! Thank you Ben Sinclair and Andrew Femenella for the opportunity! So much fun with friends Helené Yorke & Julia Shiplett. Season 4 is amazing!

02.22.2020

baby chemist is Americana rock band and songwriting duo Travis Artz and Katie Lee Hill. Our new single "RIDE IN" is now on Spotify! Check out our Official Dance Music Video as well.

01.13.2020

Peter Engel original creator of hit tv show SAVED BY THE BELL is turning the show into a Broadway musical! Was thrilled to be part of the developmental Broadway lab.

12.14.2019

Played "Karen," Plankton's Computer Wife in Nickelodeon's televised broadcast of the Broadway musical. Directed by Glenn Weiss and Tina Landau.

10.25.2019

NEVADA-TAN, an original work by Leah Nanako Winkler commissioned by Audible's #AudibleTheater, is out now! Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel. I am Nevada-Tan.

10.18.2019

Playing "Karen the Computer" (Plankton's evil computer wife) in the televised version of the Broadway musical SPONGEBOB, to be aired in December 2019 on Nickelodeon. TV Dir. Glenn Weiss & Tina Landau.

09.23.2019

Catch me in HIGH MAINTENANCE Season 4 on HBO! Special thanks to Andrew Femenella and Ben Sinclair!

09.06.2019

Let me tell you about Medea in JoAnne Akalaitis: BAD NEWS! I WAS THERE currently running off-broadway at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts! Runs through 9/8. Tickets here.

Read the NYTimes review!

From Skirball's website:

" Theatrical legend JoAnne Akalaitis creates a site-specific processional performance exploring the monumental impact of the messenger character from classic drama.

Audiences are split into four groups, each led on a unique a journey through NYU Skirball’s lobby, hallways, and out-of-the-way spaces where some of history’s most memorable messengers bring them tidings of bad news — and they do not spare the gory details. Taken from the works of Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles, Racine, and Brecht, tragic monologues are spoken and sung in a harmonious chorus of English, interwoven with Greek, Latin, German, and French, with movement influenced by the Indian Kathakali tradition. All paths lead to the empty stage where the performers tell the battle story from...

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