Hey! I’m a New York-based actor, writer, and composer, recently graduated from Northwestern University.
I started my career as an actor, working in theatre, TV, and film. Some of my favorite projects have included Goldrich and Heisler’s Ever After (dir. Kathleen Marshall), Rajiv Joseph’s Pan (dir. Jeffry Seller), ABC’s What Would You Do?, and, way back, playing Morgan in Disney’s Enchanted. I’ve had the privilege of developing new work with extraordinary artists at the Actor’s Studio, the Baryshnikov Arts Center, the McCarter Theatre, and even Radio City Music Hall. Take a look at my full credits here!
As a playwright and composer, I’ve had the opportunity to see my work brought to life in a number of developmental settings in and beyond New York City. My first musical, Painting Faye Salvez, has received readings and workshops at the New York Musical Festival (NYMF), the Library at the Public Theater, and Tuacahn Theatre’s New Works Festival. My other work has been performed at The Player’s Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, Manhattan Repertory Theatre, the Chicago Dramatists Guild, the Allen & Gray Musical Festival’s New Voices Concert, and by the national touring cast of The Band’s Visit at Under The Arch Incubator’s New Work Cabaret. When I’m not writing, you can find me music directing in the New York and Chicagoland areas, and I’m proud to represent Maestra Music Directors in the pit!
Rachel Covey and Kyle Brown featured in The Interval (Photo by Jessica Nash)