We look to the past to shape our future. Who are you? Where are you going from here?

I am a feeler and a thinker and the theatre welcomes both. I plan to continue unfolding and finding the bravery to follow my passion.

What most excites you about being a part of TAM’s 50th Anniversary Season?

I am excited to be a part of this theater community as a kind of Mainer myself, having lived in the state, off and on, for nine years.

We’re all about making old things new and new things classic. Why are you drawn to Classic Theatre? How do you shake it up?

I am humbled by the process of doing classic theatre. I like being one of thousands of others who have played a certain role. While the timelessness of classic theatre may sometimes make me feel small, the breaths I take and the actions I employ in my performance are mine, and they are real, and they matter. Somehow.

Who inspires you and why?

Many drag queens, and all other clowns, for bringing fullness and grit on stage.

You can have dinner with any three influential people. Who are your dream guests, why them, and what is the topic of conversation?

Regina Spektor, Spongebob Squarepants, and my maternal grandfather, whom I never met. We all talk about their influence on me as I was growing up.

What recent accomplishment are you most proud of?

I am proud to have been a part of TAM’s Page to Stage Tour, in which I played my hometown hero Johnny Appleseed (we’re both from Leominster, MA).

What’s your super power?

I am bilingual in English and Spanish.