Actor, Singer, Dancer



Constellation Chor, NYC

Described by The New Yorker as “visceral and committed” and by The New York Times as “astringently captivating,”  Engaging at the intersection of singing, movement, Deep Listening, and music-theatre, the Constellation Chor simultaneously practices fierce individuality and radical surrender to group consciousness. Vibrating voices and moving bodies create an experience that is deeply human, magical, healing and psychedelic.

April 2020, Monthlong resiency at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn

April 13 7:30pm "Song of Song of Songs" performance at Symphony Space, Manhattan

What the Jellyfish Knows

May 22-27 Filmshoot to create a dance-for-film adaptation!

Solo dance-theater inspired by the deep sea. “What The Jellyfish Knows” invokes the awe-striking beauty of our planets waters, with the scientific content of a nature documentary, virtuosic musical complexity, plenty of silliness., and an urgent call to activism. More info at



by Sandglass Theater

Created in response to the world-wide refugee crisis and its impact on communities in the United States, Babylon uses full-sized table-top puppets, moving panoramic scrolls, and original four-part choral songs, the cast explores the relationship of refugees to their homelands and the conflicts that exist within the communities to which they flee. National tour supported by the NEA, and NEFA's National Theater Project.  

Keene NH, March 12 Redfern Arts Center

San Diego CA, April 18, Center for Jewish Culture

Los Angeles CA, April 24, Skirball Cultural Center

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