Colleen is headed to Olympia, Washington to play Una in David Harrower’s Olivier Award-winning drama Blackbird, directed by Kimberly Loren Eaton at Harlequin Productions from August 22nd - September 14th (click here for tickets). With this production, Colleen proudly joins Actor’s Equity.
Colleen is shooting a short film in the Pacific Northwest. Stay tuned!
Colleen played Trinculo in Shakespeare’s The Tempest directed by James Dean Palmer at Gallery Players in Brooklyn from July 13th-28th.
Colleen is also shooting Champion, an NYU Thesis Film directed by Ryan Beggs. The story centers on two girls competing for senior class president at a strictly religious private school.
Colleen is the Youth Advisory Board Chair for the new Off-Broadway theatre company The COOP, founded by Andrus Nichols (Sense & Sensibility, Ivo Van Hove’s A View from the Bridge) and Kate Hamill (Little Women, Pride & Prejudice). The inaugural season announcement can be found here.
Colleen read the role of Connie (a frail monster-hunting teen, AKA a dream role) in a staged reading of the new play Mothman! at City Lore on June 29th. This was Colleen’s second collaboration with playwright Charlotte Ahlin, having appeared in her play The Summoning in the summer of 2017 at the SheNYC Festival (where it took home the awards for Best Play, Best Director, and Best Leading Actor for Colleen!).
March 2019: Colleen was on location in Jamaica shooting a series regular role in a TV pilot! Further details coming soon.
Colleen played Anya in The Cherry Orchard at Columbia Stages, directed by Columbia MFA Directing candidate Velani Dibba, in December 2018.
Colleen spent the summer of performing in three shows in rep as part of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's 2018 season: Richard II directed by Davis McCallum, The Heart of Robin Hood directed by Suzanne Agins, and The Sea-Maid's Music, devised and directed by Zachary Fine, which toured the region after a run under the tent.
Colleen played Faith in Hades & Gehenna, a new play by Philip Kenner, which had a workshop production with Playwrights Horizons Theater School in NYU Tisch's Burrows Theater in April 2018.
Colleen read the role of Cora in a staged reading of the new political play Dog Whistle by Michael Kimmel. The reading was directed by Eric Ort and produced by Playhouse on Park in West Hartford, CT on November 7th, 2017. A talkback with the cast, director, and playwright followed.