Caroline made her Off-Broadway debut as Mary Warren in Arthur Miller's classic, The Crucible. After a run in Boston, MA, the show began its NYC run from November-December 2019. Directed by Eric Tucker & full of a talented cast. Visit Bedlam.org for more production stills.
Caroline plays a typical bratty teen, Eden, in this recent indie series written & directed by Jon Saks.
The Crucible in Boston!
Some stills from the Nora Theater Company & Bedlam coproduction in Cambridge, MA at Central Square Theater. Caroline was Mary Warren in this Arthur Miller classic from Sept 12- October 20.
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Hosted by Studio Tisch 2019, an alumni program initiated by the Graduate Acting Alumni Association (GAAA) at New York University, Caroline devised a new piece written by Mona Mansour and directed by Scott Illingworth. She is honored to collaborate with this *new company & continue to work with these creatives in the future.
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Caroline just wrapped production on the feature film, Unfinished Works, directed by Shanna Riker. Caroline got in touch with her inner child, playing Young Alecia, a 13 year old from Mississippi!
Caroline is thrilled to share this passion project. Directed by her dear friend, Joeley Pulver, Caroline has enjoyed devising this piece. A.I.M. to Please explores growing up as women in a time when the internet was just emerging.
Caroline is not only performing, but she joined the Bedlam team as a development intern in the fall of 2017.
Bedlam just presented a mash-up of Uncle Vanya and Romeo & Juliet called Uncle Romeo Vanya Juliet. Recent productions include: Pygmalion, Peter Pan, and Sense & Sensibility. Caroline enjoys being apart of this amazing company and learning more about how to financially support such original and engaging work.
Directed by Jenna Hoffman, Caroline jumped into the role of Salame in Jesus by Charles Mee for a Fall run at 13th Street Repertory Theater.
Caroline is a resident teaching artist with Zara Aina, a NYC based non profit empowering at risk children with theatrical storytelling. Every year, ZA visits the community of Camden, AL. They spent a week putting together an incredible show with BamaKids--complete with a original songs, dances, characters, and lots of fun!!
Caroline spent the month of August as a teaching artist with Zara Aina in Madagascar. She was part of a six person team who took the ZA kids on tour with their production of King Lear in Malagasy. Check out her "Service" page for more details!!
Caroline is thrilled to announce her latest endeavor as a puppeteer!!! She just joined Puppetsburg, a company that brings interactive puppet shows to infants and toddlers in NYC.
Caroline appeared in NYU's StageWorks production of Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka. Directed by Shanga Parker, She was excited to delve into the grungy role of Skinhead Girl.