Caroline is currently in pre-production for a remotely filmed indie horror short, behind you. She recently wrapped a 90-minute, female-driven film adaptation of Richard III, and starred in the dystopian comedy short The Product (Indie Film Fest, Dumbo Film Fest). In the coming weeks, she will star in an audiobook rendering of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. You can also hear her voice in the IGTV series Quarantunes, featuring duets recorded during COVID-19 quarantine. Stay tuned for more info about these exciting projects!
On stage, Caroline was recently featured as Hera in For Hylas: a playlist, a movement-focused stage adaptation of the Hercules-Hylas myth at the Wooster Group Performing Garage. She was also featured in a workshop of the grind: a new musical at the Glassbox Theater. She starred in two short films this past fall: Switch (dir. Nigel Semaj) and Amicable (dir. Mariah Marasco).
Caroline is an actor, musician, theater critic, and teacher based in New York City. She grew up in rural Virginia and attended Princeton University, where she studied Theater, English, and Neuroscience, and worked with renowned artists like John Doyle, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Anna Deveare Smith, Christopher Durang, and Jane Cox. This past spring, she graduated with her MFA in Acting from the New School for Drama, where she studied with industry professionals such as Peter Jay Fernandez, Erica Jensen, Susan Cameron, Daniel Alexander Jones, Stephen Brown-Fried, and Scott Whitehurst. During her time at the New School, she also collaborated with renowned theater-making ensembles such as Tectonic Theater Company, Frantic Assembly, Pig Iron Theater, and more. In addition, Caroline is a trained musician, dancer and musical theater vocalist. If she's not acting, she's probably reading, playing Billie Eilish tracks on the ukulele, doing crossword puzzles, or petting stray cats in her neighborhood.