Actor

Taylor enjoys acting in all genres. She has a wide range of stage experience: from exploring heroin addiction in suburbia with Sharon in Detroit to playing a commedia dell’arte-inspired Ligurio in a gender-bent production of the Mandrake. Taylor’s experience with classical theatre includes Tamora in Titus Andronicus at UGA, Olivia in Twelfth Night at the late Oxford Shakespeare Festival, and Rosalind in As You Like It at the Signorelli Theater in Cortona, Italy.
Taylor enjoys performing in devised theatre productions and new work, most notably Always (K)new, directed by guest artist Alberto Tibaji. This play explored issues facing LGBT+ students and faculty at the University of Georgia woven together with accounts from LGBT+ students in Brazil and Columbia. Always (K)new premiered at the historic Seney-Stovall Chapel in Athens, GA. Read more about this piece in Latin American Theatre Review.
Taylor holds an MFA in Acting from the University of Georgia and a BFA in Theatre Performance with a concentration in acting from the University of Mississippi. She has extensive training in acting, voice, and movement. She worked in Memphis, TN with ShoWagon Professional Touring Troupe, Theatre Memphis, and The Circuit Playhouse. Taylor appreciates continuing education and most recently studied at the Myrtle Beach Alexander Technique and Energy Workshop in Myrtle Beach, SC. She learned Jerzy Grotowski-inspired methods from the Acrobatics of the Heart Performance and Pedagogy Workshop in Plainfield, MA.
For a full list of experience, contact her directly or view her resume.