1. What is something not too many people know about you?
Well first off, not too many people know how to pronounce my name, which has a lot to do with the fact that it is Hebrew. I am from Moroccan Jewish decent which is something I take pride in and not too many people know about me.
2. What are your biggest passions or hobbies?
I am incredibly passionate about preserving the arts in the education system. So many kids rely on art to give them a sense of identity and purpose. Growing up, I was not gifted by the mathematician goddess, but art spoke to me. Even today I find myself doodling constantly all over my college notebooks.
3. What are your goals for the future?
I try not to predict the future, but I would love to be performing in a traveling theater company, or working on my own visual arts. Drawing and painting is what I do on my downtime, so I’d like to explore more performance opportunities after I graduate.
4. What is your definition of success?
My idea of success is making the most of every situation. There is something so beautiful about a person who can be creative enough to manifest themselves from the bottom up. It is a quality I hope to portray throughout my lifetime.
5. Tell us something about the projects you're currently working on.
Currently, I am returning to the stage after a three month hiatus of no performing. I will be performing in Chapel Moves, a dance concert led by the College of Charleston Dance Department, in a contemporary dance piece based on the our growing social reliance on cellular devices.