Document 8_1
Document 7_1


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Zoe's (she/they) favorite stories are the freaky ones, the funny ones, the ones that move us to take better care of the environment, ourselves, and each other. They're most excited about collaborating with other emerging artists to create new stories and amplify those that have been ignored in the past.

Originally from Baltimore, MD, Zoe currently lives in Philadelphia  and graduated from the University of the Arts, with a BFA in Acting and the Dean's Award for Outstanding Performance by an Acting Major.

Recently, she has performed in Philadelphia, Prague, and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, with the Wilma Hothouse Company in Romeo and Juliet and trained in the HotHouse Method with Blanka Zizka. The HotHouse Method and their training in clown and comedy have imbued their work with honesty, impulsivity, and joy.

Their storytelling extends to filmmaking and mixed-media collage; something is constantly in the works.

Zoe is proud to be an Equity Membership Candidate, working towards joining the union.

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"Utterly mesmerizing..." 

- John Hanton, Fringe Review

"Intense and sardonic."

- James David Howey

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Inspired by my aunt,

and in response to these truly absurd times we're living in, 

I make collages that unify disparate themes:

technological and organic,

antique and modern,

humorous and sobering.

new and exciting!

Spring 2021 - HEY SEXY

A short film directed by Jesse Derocco, in which Zoe plays a fictionalized version of herself, will be premiering this spring.

March 2021 - Exhibition on Jewish Identity and Authenticity

One of Zoe's collages will be featured in an exhibition curated by Ori Z. Soltes. 

Soltes is the professor of Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, former director and curator of the B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum and the co-founder of the Holocaust Art Restitution Project

Summer 2020 - Developing SWAY


On Thursday, May 14th, SWAY by SMJ had a public online reading through Theater Zoomed to You. The reading was directed and dramaturged by Nina Roy.

A virtual reading was presented as a part of The Tank's PRIDEFest 2020. The reading was directed by Isabel Faith Billinghurst.