When she's not traveling for contracts or workshops, you will most likely find her strolling through Inwood Hill Park, self producing concerts, or transcribing interviews for her blog, Actor Meets Coffee. Her mission in life is to bring joy to people through performance and a hot cup of coffee. She wants to use her voice to empower others to chase their highest potential. She is specifically drawn to material that elevates the human mind, sprinkling in her spark and boldness to each character.
Annabelle grew up in Wilton, CT where she discovered her love of performing at age 11, belting out "Tomorrow" in Annie. Since then she has appeared in many musicals, workshops, and plays on stages from the Paper Mill Playhouse to The Old Town Hall. Favorite regional credits: Savannah (Disney's Freaky Friday), Magnolia (Showboat), Kathy Selden (Singin' in the Rain, CT CRITICS CIRCLE NOM.). NY credits: Wendla (Spring Awakening), Lucy (A Charlie Brown Christmas), and Dana (Peter in Pieces). After graduating from Belmont University, she moved to New York City, jumped into an Off Broadway show and never looked back! She is currently originating the role of Abigail King in her husband's Broadway bound folk musical Johnny & the Devil's Box and Anne Bronte in the play trilogy The Bronte Girls.