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My journey began unexpectedly in October of 2011. I auditioned for a last minute replacement in Legally Blonde:The Musical at the Ogunquit Playhouse. As a hip-hop girl from the bronx, I had NO IDEA what I was getting into, but it was the beginning of a life changing adventure.


Expecting to book every show after that, I was completely discouraged when I couldn't get my foot in the MT door again. Not realizing at the time that I still had alot to learn. Cut to moving to LA from 2014 - 2016, I got the itch again. I moved forward (not back!) to New York and into my parent's house with the pursuit of Broooadwayyy.

After only 8 months of hitting the audition pavement day in and day out, I booked my first musical in 6 years - Ghost: The Musical. That is one of my favorite childhood movies, and I was lucky enough to play one of Oda Mae's sisters, and met some lifelong friends.


And then it happened. A week later I got a call from my agent that I booked SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical. It was heading to San Diego, but had Bway bound dreams in the near future. I couldn't believe it, but I surely got prepared for it.

From opening night, to the Tony Awards, to the Original Broadway Cast Album - this was quite the dream. This was definitely the biggest goal achieved of my life, and truly only the beginning. Though the pandemic definitely sent me back to LA and on a temporary MT hiatus.


I thought I had hung up my MT days, but the LA scene called me again when GREASE auditions came up. I had a blast playing Cha Cha. But nothing beats hitting my next goal of being a lead and playing Gloria Thorpe in Damn Yankees (see video above).

While performing is still a passion, part of my purpose on earth is to help others create. I have had the pleasure of working with my inspiration Rickey Tripp as his Associate Choreographer for Kinky Boots, In the Heights, and now A Wonderful World, which is Bway bound as well!


Overall, I feel so blessed. If you looked at my stats, a Broadway show, let along a Musical Theatre career, this does not add up. But my work ethic, passion, confidence, and complete commitment to my work cannot be denied. Thanks for reading about my journey, and know that I am just getting warmed up! 

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