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Chelsea produced and performed in Larry's Late Show for the 2022 Philadelphia Fringe Festival!

2/3 of the show's run was completely sold out. The production was also covered by The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Style Magazine, BroadwayWorld, and IV Media Network.

The show was sponsored by 15 major businesses, including Reading Terminal Market, Franklin Fountain, and Bassett's Ice Cream.

Chelsea played Angie, a conniving and "dazzling chanteuse" in this silly murder mystery comedy.

Chelsea played the Saluki Woman, a pretty creepy saleswoman, in the short film "Tonight, We Eat Flowers."

The short film premiered at the Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia and will be streaming sometime soon!

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Chelsea was so excited to perform with Ocean City Theatre Company! In July, Chelsea played MC Dog in OCTC's production of Go, Dog, Go!

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Chelsea performed in and produced a work shop of a new musical called Little Things with 11th Hour Theatre Company! This was her first union contract, and she was so excited to be able to act and produce alongside such a wonderful group of people.

Check out the digital program here!

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Chelsea co-produced and performed in Crossover: Remixed, a totally-revamped version of the musical she has been working on for over year. The show was filmed in-person and shown at an outdoor rooftop screening as part of the 2021 Philadelphia Fringe Festival.

The production was written about in publications including The Philadelphia Inquirer, South Philly Review, and Philly Weekly. To read more, check out the digital program, or visit the show's website and Fringe Festival webpage!

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Chelsea will be making her feature film debut next spring in Survival Of The Holy Fool, directed by Joy Marzec! Visit https://joymarzecfilms.com/survival-of-the-holy-fool for more details!

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Chelsea started teaching privately! She is now offering customized theatre lessons of all types (musical theatre, acting, voice, improv, audition technique, and more). You can now contact her for details and rates, and she will design a class for you, your children, or even your whole family! Lessons can be in-person or virtual.

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Chelsea performed in Edmonia with Beacon Theatre Productions. The play is based the true story of the life of sculptor Edmonia Lewis. Edmonia is streaming virtually April 8th-11th. You can get tickets to the stream here!

Read about Chelsea, the rest of the cast and crew, and about the show in the digital program at 

www.beacontheatreproductions.org/edmonia

Chelsea performed in Tabletop Broadway's "Live From Quarantine" virtual cabaret! This event raised money for both the ACLU and performing artists who have been impacted by the pandemic. Chelsea sang two songs, which you can watch here

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Crossover: A New Pop Musical (see below) was picked up by the Rogue Theater Festival in New York City! The show streamed "live" for one night and then was extended for a week through Video On Demand. It was written about in various states across the US, as well as the UK and Australia! Check out one of our favorite reviews here!

You can listen to the cast album on Spotify here (it is also available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Amazon Music): CROSSOVER Cast Album

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On December 19th, Chelsea performed virtually in New Light Theatre's reading of an all-new adaptation of A Christmas Carol. The event is a fundraiser for the Delaware Food Bank. For more information, you can visit https://www.newlighttheatre.com/acc

Chelsea performed in The Trailblazers Collective's Holiday Extravaganza, a holiday-themed New York-based cabaret. Chelsea teamed up with one of her best friends, Mikey Miller (a New York-based actor), and the two of them wrote and created "Latkes, Gelt, And Menorahs," a Hanukkah-themed parody of Frozen's "Love Is An Open Door." Check out the video here!

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Chelsea participated in the first-ever workshop of the new musical, Mannequin! The show was performed live over Zoom.

Chelsea just co-produced and performed in the world premiere of Crossover: A New Pop Musical with Green Light Group Productions as part of the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe Festival! More information about the show can be found at www.fringearts.com/crossover

Check out the interview with KYW Newsradio about virtual production here: CROSSOVER Radio Spot

You can listen to the cast album on Spotify here (it is also available on iTunes, Apple Music, and Amazon Music): CROSSOVER Cast Album

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Chelsea has been continuing to be a part of virtual play readings with Coffee and a Play. She recently played #00 in Sarah Delappe's The Wolves, followed by Emma in Aaron Posner's Stupid F***ing Bird

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Chelsea participated in a developmental reading of a new play, Sapphic Scouts, with the emerging virtual play-reading group, Coffee and a Play. She played the role of Molly. Watch the play here!

Chelsea joined up with her New Light Theatre family for Connecting Through Song, a series of virtual performances aimed to bring people some hope in these times. Watch the first video here, and visit NLT's Creative Connections page for the rest of the series!

Chelsea taught a virtual Parent & Me class through Theatre Horizon's Horizon At Home program. The class was designed for 3-4-year-olds. Check out the lesson here!

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