Teal is a recent Penn State grad with degrees in music and English. A lifelong performer, she was very active in the Penn State Opera Theatre, as well as PSU's oldest co-ed a cappella group, None of the Above. She enjoys dancing up a storm, eating fancy cheese, the color teal, jogging, cooking, and traveling. She is currently looking for her first full-time opportunity.
Opera Lafayette is an American-born ensemble that aims to “rediscover masterpieces” and specializes in French repertoire. Its founder, conductor, and Artistic Director, Ryan Brown, rediscove... Read more
Moliere premiered his new play Tartuffe at King Louis XIV’s palace of Versailles in May of 1664. It’s the story of a hypocritical con-man’s scheme to marry his benefactor’s daughter, seduce... Read more
What will happen “when words fail” for Samuel Beckett’s heroine in Happy Days, or when she can’t “speak in the old style?” Goodness only knows, but she certainly has a lot to say before eith... Read more
Priscilla cries every night when she watches game shows because the contestants “break her heart.” In Priscilla Dreams the Answer, we’re introduced to the title character’s sock and tissue-l... Read more
Four seemingly random women meet at a bus stop, and their personalities are immediately apparent. What isn’t crystal clear in UPheaval is the plot line. DC Aerial Collective’s performers are... Read more
With the sesquicentennial anniversary of the Civil War this year, Lazy Susan Dinner Theatre’s production of Big River, directed by Jeffrey Davis, couldn’t have come at a more appropriate tim... Read more
Directed by Jim Chance, Rumple Who? is Will Bartlett’s musical adaptation of the classic children’s tale about a mischievous creature named Rumpelstiltskin who sets out to teach the dreadful... Read more