I'm Rhiannon (she/her).
I am a Nebraska-bred, Brooklyn-based writer, dramaturg, actor, and director, named, indeed, after Stevie Nicks. My work aims to elevate silenced voices, challenge society’s conventional view of history, provide unity in discomfort, and spark conversation between opposition. My specialization is in gender and sexuality, exploring their entwining with the arts, politics, history, and identity.
In May of 2021, I graduated Magna Cum Laude from CAP21 Conservatory, receiving my BFA in Theatre Arts and Writing. Currently, I am on staff at The Theatre Times, serving as dramaturg for a variety of playwrights and screenwriters, working as an actor with developmental houses and new media companies, and in the midst of several second (and third and sixth) drafts. You can find me on NPX and MediaMatch; as a member of LMDA; and on Actors Access and Backstage.
In my spare time, I'm an avid reader (visit my Bookstagram here!), a tea addict, a self-professed nerd, and a lover of travel and language. Feel free to ask me about my favorite books, forgotten historical women, the best brunch places of any given city, or the German and English languages: I’d be delighted to geek out with you.
Click around to see what I do! It's lovely to meet you!