Hello there -
I'm Molly: a proud Boston native who, by a stroke of luck, escaped the curse of the Boston accent. At the towering height of 5'1" I fully support the idea that good things come in small packages. Full disclosure: laughter is the only medicine I've ever over-dosed on.
Since graduating from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, I have been performing in both Boston and NYC, though I am primarily based in Manhattan.
Check out some exciting updates below:
Psyched to be playing Melody in a staged reading of Joshua Harmon's brilliant play Bad Jews. Come out to Matthew Corozine Studios on March 30th at 8:00pm to witness me playing *GASP* the non Jewish girl.
Matthew Corozine Studios is located at 357 West 36th Street, which is 36th and 9th.
Check out this impromptu mini-cover of Gershwin's 'Someone To Watch Over Me,' because what better way to spend a snow day than playing around with one of my favorite songs on the ukulele?!
to check out this clip of me singing Independence Day by Martina McBride. Because what better way to conjure that warm summer heat then singing about fireworks and fourth of July.
Aug 2017 - Feb 2018
Beyond thrilled to announce that I will be joining the Off - Broadway cast of The Imbible: Day Drinking - A New York Brunch Experience as Daisy / Dill. Come take part in this four-person a cappella musical about the history of brunch cocktails!
"Since 2014, THE IMBIBLE shows have combined music and comedy with history, science, and of course drinks to take audiences on musical journeys through time and space while learning about cocktails and spirits! Created by internationally-acclaimed beverage educator Anthony Caporale, THE IMBIBLE series consistently receives rave reviews from both critics and guests alike. All shows include three complimentary craft cocktails."
Finally got to practice my Hebrew again while participating in Birthright, a 10-day trip throughout Israel! Had the best time hiking, rafting, camel-riding & eating my way through this amazing country.
Been hard at work in a 4 - week monologue intensive class with casting director Paul Fouquet.
Had the absolute pleasure of working with Bob Cline, casting director extraordinaire, in a four week workshop that concentrated on improving auditioning skills.
Worked hard to prepare an evening of original monologues written by myself & my classmates at MCS (Matthew Corozine Studios) that were inspired by the Spoon River Anthology. The performance was an evening filled with love, friendship, betrayal, deceit and - of course - lasagna.
Watch out NYC... DINNER DETECTIVE is comin' for ya!
This improv-based, interactive murder mystery dinner theatre show is finally premiering in the big apple starting mid-October. After working with them in Boston for two years, I can confidently say it's going to be the next best dinner theatre to hit NYC.
Click the link below for tickets to help me solve some pretty crazy murders.
For all you expert HAMILTON fans: don't give away your shot! BUC Walking Tours just launched a brand new Unofficial Hamiltour! Walk with us through the New York City that Hamilton would have lived in, see NYC through Hamilton's eyes, and hear all of the musical's biggest secrets & craziest stories.
I received the honor to sing the national anthem for the Westchester Knicks and had a blast cheering them on. Sporting my best blue & orange garb, I felt like I was (almost!) a part of their win.
Had a blast performing Tick, Tick... BOOM by Jonathan Larson with The Artist's Sandbox at TheaterLab! I played Susan: Jon's girlfriend & a struggling dancer trying to find happiness in NYC.
The show ran September 15 - 18 to packed houses.
Click to see photos!
Look for me leading guided tours through the streets of
NYC's historic theatre district with Broadway Up Close.
It's been awesome rockin' the bright green look
and talking about all the crazy awesome
things that make theatre in NYC so special.
Began working as a Tour Ambassador (i.e. New York City Expert) in the Freedom Tower at One World Observatory! YES - my office is 1254ft in the air, and NO - the view never gets old :)
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Channeled my inner movie buff working with On Location Tours - a company that offers premiere movie tours of NYC. Look out for me exploring upper Manhattan on the 'When Harry Met Seinfeld' tour.