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CURRENT Endeavors
  • Follow me on Medium for musings, essays, poetry, rants/rambles/raves, etc.

  • Thanks to a generous full scholarship from donations organized by Layne Morgan, (see the news here!) I was able to take Hannah Rosner's Televisionary class at Script Anatomy and learn all about the art of screenwriting! I'm in the process of writing my first television pilot, based on my true experiences growing up mixed-race and spending summers in Hawai'i with my tutu (grandmother). 

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Johnny mercer foundation songwriters project

For seven years, I worked with the JMFSP, a weeklong intensive for young, emerging songwriters in all genres held in conjunction with the American Music Theatre Project. As Associate Producer and Recruitment Coordinator, I oversaw the application and adjudication process, helping to evaluate over 200 applicants alongside a team of project alumni and industry professionals.


In 2013, my first original play, Home, was published by Samuel French, Inc. as a winner of the Dramafest festival at Stagedoor Manor, in conjunction with Stephen Sondheim’s Young Playwrights Inc, and I directed the first production in July of that year. I was able to repeat the experience when I won the festival again in 2014 with my second play, In Pursuit of Perfection.

the waa-mu show

At Northwestern, I wrote book, music, and lyrics for The Waa-Mu Show, the country's largest and oldest student-written musical.

In 2019, I co-chaired the musical, which ran in historic Cahn Auditorium in Evanston, IL.

Music and Lyrics by Gabriella Green, Sarah Ohlson, Alex Rothfield, and Alec Steinhorn

Music and Lyrics by Gabriella Green and Lindsay Whisler


For the Record Trailer (2019)


Student Body is a devised play and class about domestic violence and sexual assault prevention. Performed during Northwestern's orientation program for 2500 freshmen each year, I performed and wrote material for the three years, and facilitated participatory workshops for incoming first-year students.

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