I was totally all about the American Girl dolls when I was little - I had so many.
Female artists I love the most are Fiona Apple, Paramour and Regina Spektor - those girls that really write amazing songs themselves, and they're younger and cool. I'm not quite sure I could ever write songs like any of them, but if I could, I would.
I was feeling like a real misfit in middle school, but when I saw 'Wicked,' it made me feel really cool for being different... and you can carve that in stone!
You have to learn how to take care of yourself.
A lot of teenagers have parents that are maybe a little too real with them.
I can now put 'experienced aerialist' on my resume.
I didn't think it was my dream to be on Broadway; it just sort of became that, and then it just became me wanting it more and more and more.
I was always singing around my house, and my parents thought they should put me into voice lessons just for fun.
I was, like, this token teen angst child of Broadway. It's so funny. What is that? I don't even know. But I loved it.
I feel like every time I walk into the audition room, they can tell if you're faking it and if your heart's really not with it. So I try to keep it as real as possible.
I did commercials and voice-overs as a kid, and it just lead to musical theatre opportunities.
I was born in Westchester, NY. I grew up around the Rye Brook area, and then I moved to White Plains with my family.
Every night, I'm like, 'Where's the party?' and then it cuts to me on the couch with the remote control watching repeats of 'That '70s Show' and 'Boy Meets World.'
I'm always trying to convince myself there's something important about what I do. But some peoples' lives are really altered by a night at the theater.
I have worked hard in my career, but I have been lucky as well.
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