Born in the UK, Rachel moved to New York City at the age of 8 and has lived here since.
She received her BFA in acting from NYU Tisch, and before that she attended Stuyvesant High School in Tribeca. She has devised and developed work with Aaron Landsman, Karmenlara Ely, Niegel Smith, John Jesurun, and many artists she greatly admires. She has worked at: Ensemble Studio Theatre, the Flea Theater, the Tank, the Repertory Theater of St. Louis, the Lark, Signature Theatre, and more. World premieres include: Ajax by A.R. Gurney (New York Times Critics' Pick), Mary-Kate Olsen is in Love by Mallery Avidon, Fat Kids on Fire by Bekah Brunstetter, and Women (New York Times Critics' Pick, Best of Hollywood Fringe, Best Ensemble) by Chiara Atik.
She likes crossword puzzles, 90s nostalgia, and 24 hour diners. She hopes to someday own both, a dog and a dishwasher.
Her play I Feel Older will be performed at the Tank on October 31 @ 8PM, in F*It Club’s F*ing Up Halloween. More info here.
Rachel will be performing in Erika Dickerson-Despenza’s play, in Series B of Ensemble Studio Theater’s Asking For Trouble, Nov 7-10.
Rachel is thrilled to be reprising her role in Amanda Keating’s Truth or Dare as a part of Rule of 7x7: All Stars, at the Tank on Nov 17. More info here.
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