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TV Character I Relate to Most:

Leslie Knope

Nerdiest Thing About Me:

When I was in high school I listened to every Sondheim musical in chronological order.

Favorite TV Shows:

Fleabag, Broad City, The Good Place, Jane the Virgin, Parks & Rec, Severance, Schitt's Creek, pen15

Favorite Rom-Com:

When Harry Met Sally

Dream Roles:

Louise in Gypsy, Julie Jordan in Carousel, Fantine in Les Mis, Amalia in She Loves Me, Mother in Ragtime, Eliza Dolittle in My Fair Lady, Elphaba in Wicked, originating a role

If I Could Do One Show For 10 Years...

Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812

If you're wondering how to say my last name, you aren't alone - the special hint is that the W is pronounced like a V (and yes, it's Polish). I’m from Aurora, Ohio, where the most exciting thing is an outlet mall, so I usually just say I’m from Cleveland, home of the world's largest outdoor chandelier. I'm based in New York City where I wear many hats as an active participant in "the rat race" or whatever. 

I have a passion for storytelling above all things, and I love the process of collaborating with others to tell important stories. I am most moved and excited by theatre that has a strong and meaningful message. I believe theatre is a space for collective catharsis and I love experiencing that both on stage and in the audience. I am passionate about new works, especially those that feature strong and complex female characters. I like to tell stories that challenge people and bring societal issues to light. In college I started exploring directing and writing, and I love challenging myself to approach different facets of theatermaking.


~the duality of woman~

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