is an interdisciplinary artist passionate about poetic, cutting edge work that is informed by classical and historical investigation.

Currently living in Manhattan with her wife and rescue pup, Lindsey works as a free-lance director, actor, musician, and videographer. By day she makes all of the video content for Signature Theatre Company.*All video materials on the Media page were shot and edited by Lindsey

Her work is known for a balance of quirky humor and musicality that strive to nurture a connection between actor and audience.

She has been involved in the theatre since age 13, when her dreams were realized sitting in the audience of a cruise-ship Broadway revue. Since stepping off of the loading dock in 2004, she has been performing and directing theatre both academically and professionally, pursuing the following artistic goals: 


  • Developing a warm, collaborative environment that both nurtures and challenges creativity

  • Championing work that features the experiences and creativity of women and the LGBTQ+ community.

  • Fostering a work ethic and place for the genre of "interdisciplinary theatre", where all artists of diverse interests and experiences can draw on their variety of expertise to contribute to the creative fusion of a production. 

         Lindsey is an alumnus of Baldwin Wallace University where she graduated Cum Laude in Theatre with a minor in Music, and American History. After graduating she moved to Cincinnati, OH she co-founded The Queen City Queer Theatre Collective, a group of makers who aim to uplift and represent the queer community and the underrepresented through the staged reading format. In 2016 Lindsey shifted the directive of the company to foster new work development, and facilitated premieres and workshops for a number of emerging artists. QCQTC produced readings once a month free to the public, welcoming all to the collective who wish to refine their craft and to challenge creative conventions. Find more information on QCQTC by clicking here.