Actor. Dancer. Cheese Enthusiast.
Rachel is a Chicago-based actor, dancer from the Hoosier heartland.
When not on stage, you can typically find Rachel eating her full weight in white cheddar popcorn, gallivanting around town as Ilana Glazer's doppelganger (fully equipped with crop tops and catch phrases), or whipping up lattes at lightening speed in your local coffee shop. Although she is known for her wide range and strong work ethic on stages across the Midwest, it is her penchant for "that's what she said" jokes that continue to get her hired.
She most recently performed in the world-premiere production of The Condition of Femme with Circle Theatre. Other credits include Guys and Dolls (Williams Street Rep), Wedding Italiano featuring Frankie Avalon (Palace Theater Wisconsin Dells), Gypsy, The Game's Afoot (Jedlicka Performing Arts Center). This summer, you can see her in Anything Goes at Music Theater Works.
Rachel is an Indiana University Bloomington, Second City, and Green Shirt Studio alum and the proud mother of four potted plants. She has won multiple 'Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation' awards for her acting and choreography work. But more importantly, she is a Gryffindor:
Stay brave. Stay daring.
World premiere production of The Condition of Femme at Circle Theatre
Battle on the Breakwall takes home grand prize at Ready Freddy Film Fest
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