Originally from St. Petersburg, FL, Taylor's passion for performance led her to pursue the rigors of Conservatory training, where she studied acting, singing, and dance in St. Louis, Missouri, acquiring her BFA in Musical Theatre from The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.
Taylor was the 2020 2nd Place National Competition Winner in Musical Theatre (1st Place St. Louis Regional Winner) with the NSAL.
Some of her professional shows include: Pride and Prejudice (The Rep of St. Louis), My Fair Lady (Ozark Actors Theatre), The Little Mermaid (Variety Theatre), SHE (ERA Theatre), and Steel Magnolias (St. Pete City Theatre).
"Whether live theatre, Zoom, film, or television, I can't wait to share my upcoming projects with you!"
The Sound of Music - The Muny (Summer 2021)
SHE - ERA Theatre (March 2021)
Urinetown - The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University (Video available April 29, 2021 @ 5:00 PM-May 3, 2021 @ 12:00 AM)
Deadly, The Musical:
I had the honor of working on this new and exciting musical that was done in COMPLETE isolation. As an actor in this Zoom production, I was responsible for my costume, hair, makeup, set, props, lighting, accompaniment, and filming myself for each scene all from my apartment living room! Throughout all of the rehearsals and the two weeks of filming, every member of the company, from the actors to the designers to the directors, did all of their work in isolation.
While the idea of never being able to be in the same room together presented its challenges, especially the idea of learning complex musical arrangements through Zoom, everyone worked incredibly hard to create and bring a new and exciting hybrid of musical theatre and film to audiences from across the country!
This musical experience, turned film experience, was directed by Caesar Samoyoa (Broadway's Come From Away), with book and lyrics by Vanessa Claire Stewart (a fellow WebCo alum), and music by Ryan Thomas Johnson. This musical brings to light the stories of the incredible women whose lives were cut short by the infamous serial killer, H.H. Holmes.