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I started directing while pursuing my BA at Yale University. Upon graduating in 2012, I went on to work as the resident director at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop, the Caribbean's longest-running theatre company. I have now been directing for over a decade, both professionally and in the university setting. I love developing new scripts with playwrights as well as bringing new takes to classics. I center social justice, anti-racist practice, and disability justice in my directing. Click here to see examples of my work.

Theatre Directing



Acting Instruction

Film Production Coordination

Production Management

Script Development

Scholarly Research

Marketing Consultant


I have worked as a script consultant for the past decade, providing feedback on film and theatre scripts in early, middle and late stages of development. I provide concise, specific, and detailed feedback for writers as well as for producers/directors working with new work. I am also a trained dramaturg specializing in bringing relevance to classic texts and helping new scripts come to life. I have worked with playwrights from concept to production, as well as work short contract to read and provide immediate feedback.


Teaching acting for me began with my work as a director, where I work with each individual actor to bring out their best performance. I was the School for the Arts Director at the Trinidad Theatre Workshop for three years, where I trained teachers, oversaw the development of course curriculum, and taught, over the years, New Actor's Workshop, for adults, Advanced Acting, Teacher's Workshop, and Children's Summer Camps. I have additionally taught acting to both children and adults in Kathmandu, Nepal, Kansas City, Missouri, and New Haven, Connecticut. I have also taught Acting at the University level. Additionally, I develop plays for children and teenagers and put on productions starring young people for both child and adult audiences. I love working with both children and adults, from people with no training at all, to those looking to develop the skills  they already have. I strongly believe that everyone can act, and strive to bring out the confidence and empathy in my students to empower them on stage. 

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