I am so excited to be making my off-off broadway debut with The Gallery Players in one of my all time favorite plays! Steel Magnolias is actually the earliest play I can remember seeing live as a young teen, so this is an extra special moment in my acting endeavors. I went with my mom and aunt to see it at Trinity Repertory and I remember the feeling I felt watching all of these generations of women on stage, sharing something that has stayed with me all this time. I remember the set and the actors so clearly, and I remember the moment when I told myself, “oh, I want to be up there with them.” Running for over 50 years, The Gallery Players has a warm, inviting, TOTALLY COOL and retro (in my opinion) downtown theater vibe. It is an intimate space, and above its ceiling is a school, with classrooms and little chairs that just makes your heart melt! Community and dedicated families run the little but mighty gem of Brooklyn, along with a killer team of professionals who I am ecstatic to be creating with. The actors in this cast are also so dear. We had an instant bond when director, Avital Asuleen first put us together in the call-back process, and we all kind of just looked at each other, and hoped we’d have the opportunity to do it again with all of us. Well we do, and we invite you! Thank you friends and family for your love and support. You are in my heart.