THE DROWSY CHAPERONE at Goodspeed

Kitty in THE DROWSY CHAPERONE at Goodspeed Musicals directed by Hunter Foster. Photo by Diane Sobolewski

Toledo Suprise

Kicking up my heels with Chris Bailey's choreography. Photo by Diane Sobolewski

Billie Dawn in BORN YESTERDAY at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Photo Jerry Naunheim

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The gin game with a fantastic Brock, Andy Prosky. Photo Jerry Naunheim

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Can't decide who's more wonderful- my Paul, Aaron Bartz, or my jumpsuit. Photo Jerry Naunheim

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I had three lines. Photo Jerry Naunheim

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She's getting smarter, guys. Photo Jerry Naunheim

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One of the few moments of relaxation for Billie! Photo Jerry Naunheim

Who doesn’t love an Elf (especially one as adorable and hilarious as Erik Gratton). Surreal to play the biggest theatre in America at Madison Square Garden over the holidays.

World premier of Dan Goggin’s JOHNNY MANHATTAN as the sassy Maxie at Meadowbrook Theatre.

A glam showgirl moment with Lauren Sprague, Janet Caine, and AlissaBeth Morton.

Swing debut in A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER.

First time on for the Tour Guide, which was originated by the glorious Jennifer Smith. She’s a legend.

Being electrifying (and not even trying) with Sue Cella and Amma Osei in Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera’s GYPSY.

Teaching our gimmicks to the lovely Amanda Rose.

Raymond Macanally and I just love making casual faces on park benches in St. Louis Rep’s ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS.

Channeling 1950s girl group glam with Karis Danish and Keira Keeley.

Partying with Mel Johnson Jr. in St. Louis Rep’s ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS.

Nothing like seeing your face on the big screen…while not wearing very much clothing…and being nominated for best Supporting Actress by the St. Louis Theatre Circle.

Isn't this how you look for your contact? Brooke at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis was a dream.

Victoria Adams-Zischke, Rebeca Miller, and Andy Prosky helping me out with that missing contact situation.

Cecily (Lizzie O’Hara) and Gweldolyn at Flat Rock Playhouse.

My wonderful Earnest (Josh Marx).

GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES at Merry-Go-Round Playhouse with Geno Carr.

My glorious BLONDE co-star, Elizabeth Earley.

Paulette in LEGALLY BLONDE at The Gateway with Matt Nolan and Ruby Lewis.

Taking Elle (Ruby Lewis) back to Ireland.

Living that Dory life in FINDING NEMO:THE MUSICAL at The Animal Kingdom.

Fish are friends (not food)!

If playing Dory doesn't make you happy I don't know what else would!

 
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