I'm Bre - a bold, bendy, physical, and analytical actor. I am absolutely in love with crafting performance and

studying new ways to create theatre.


I graduated from NYU Tisch in 2018, receiving a

BFA from the Department of Drama's 

New Studio on Broadway and Experimental Theatre Wing.​

In 2016, I also studied with NYU's International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam, and am now working on my

Master's Degree with Rose Bruford College for Theatre and Performance in London and the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. Once completed in October 2022, I will have a Master's in International Theatre Practice and Performance.

Since 2016, I've worked off-Broadway, in the downtown theatre scene in New York, the independent-film world, and in

experimental movement work such as Nick Cave's

The Let Go at the Park Avenue Armory. I am currently

working on a devised piece investigating if artists

can use epigenetics as a guide for storytelling,

while also rehearsing a one-act titled 'The Wait', premiering this August at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival.

I enjoy being co-alfa to my miniature dachshund Obi, painting, watching Ru Paul's Drag Race, and home DIY projects, but nothing compares to the joy it brings me to perform and the devising process that can exist with it. I am also a B.F.A. audition coach, Gaga/Dancer, experimental mover,

and Ehlers Danlos Zebra.