Zoë is a born and bred New Yorker. She's also a performer and writer. Zoë likes writing about as well as playing shape-shifters—cyphers, frauds, impostors, those beings you can never pin down and define. She finds those moments when someone or something turns into something else entirely horrifying, thrilling, and electric. She's also interested in weird, oceanic creatures entering into the lives of everyday people. Exploring that meeting—between the fantastical and the mundane—is pretty much why she does art.
Zoë has been praised by The New York Times for her "delicious comic" and "dazzling" performances and her name has been mentioned in other periodicals in parentheses (har har har). She is a frequent collaborator with Nellie Tinder, the theater company of Julia May Jonas, and she has had the privilege of working with/at New Dramatists, Target Margin Theater, Playwrights Realm, Clubbed Thumb, Ensemble Studio Theater, The Movement Theatre Company, New Georges, The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis, Waterwell, and Bard Fisher Center, among many, many others. She sings and puppeteers in works by playwright Megan Murtha and artist/puppet maker Mark Fox. As a writer, she has shown and developed work with The Bushwick Starr, New Georges, The PIT, Catch, NACL, The Brick, The Tank, Little Theater, and Dixon Place, as well as internationally at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, She is a New Georges affiliated artist and a member of The Mercury Store acting company.
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