RECENT NEWS & PROJECTS
Rachel is playing the role of Sabine in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow at Guildford School of Acting. Directed by Racky Plews.
Rachel is relocating to London to pursue a master's degree in musical theatre at the Guildford School of Acting.
Rachel made her Carnegie Hall debut with a thrilling performance of QUIET NO MORE: A Choral Celebration fo Stonewall. Rachel joined 564 queer singers from LGBTQ choirs across the nation for a night of remembrance and celebration. This performance set a record for the number of singers on stage, and was performed to a sold out house!
Rachel produced, directed and sang for the NY Premiere of QUIET NO MORE: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall. QNM was commissioned by the Stonewall Chorale to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
Rachel produced and sang for a successful Valentine's Day fundraiser for The Stonewall Chorale.
Rachel reunited with TEAM LIZZIE to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of HERE, and to announce the return of LIZZIE to NYC for an Off Broadway run at The Signature Theatre. Seen here with LIZZIE Director Victoria Bussert, and PlayhouseSquare LIZZIE, Shannon O'Boyle.
Rachel is singing Soprano with The Stonewall Chorale, the nation's first gay and lesbian chorus. For more information, and for upcoming performances visit www.stonewallchorale.org.
Rachel spent a wonderful Autumn at Northern Stage playing Rapunzel in Into The Woods with an amazing cast.
Rachel has found her way back to the stage of the New London Barn Playhouse! She is currently Helen in Neil Simon's LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR.
Rachel recently returned home from eight months working for Disney Cruise Line on the Disney Magic. She will return to NYC in September!
Rachel graduated from Baldwin-Wallace University on May 6, 2012! She has relocated to NYC.
Rachel had a wonderful time showcasing with her class in April!
In March of 2012, Rachel re-visited the character of Alice Russell in LIZZIE BORDEN in a fully-staged production at PlayhouseSquare, after having had the opportunity to work on the show in the Junior Showcase last year!
In December of 2011, Rachel had the wonderful joy of returning for another year to the role of Martha Cratchit, Little Fan and Elizabeth Cleaveland in Great Lakes Theatre's A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
In November of 2011 Rachel played Claire in a "chaos theatre" conceptualization of ORDINARY DAYS presented by the BW class of 2012!
In November of 2011, Rachel played Charlotte Cardoza in the Baldwin-Wallace College production of TITANIC THE MUSICAL.