Rachel is joining the cast of Here Comes the Blackout being produced by Fishtown Films. It is the first zero waste feature. Contribute to the project’s IndieGogo HERE!
The Drinking Bird by McFeely Sam Goodman, directed by Sarah Hughes, presented by the Limited Liability Company as part of the New Ohio’s Ice Factory Festival.
With: Marisela Grajeda Gonzalez, Lucy Kaminsky, Narea Kang*, Mike Mikos & Rad Pereira*
A reading of Mothman! by Charlotte Ahlin, directed by Kathleen Capdesuner at City Lore produced by American Lore Theater. A play based on the Mothman sightings in West Virginia in the 1970s.
An internal industrial for Deloitte called Phishing with Maestro Filmworks in Philadelphia.
The workshop production of Egress by Melissa Sol Crespo & Sarah Saltwick directed by Sarah Wansley as part of the Cleveland Play House’s New Ground Theatre Festival.
She is honored to play the role of YOU in this psychological drama about what it means to feel “safe.”
A Mother’s Day spot for The Glenlivet produced by GHOSTPEPPER.TV, directed by Lev Pakman for web and social media.
Eric Schmiedl’s Frankenstein at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis’ IGNITE Festival of new work. Rachel was thrilled to read the role of Elizabeth in this timeless & enduring story.
2.10, 3.3, 4.14
Three Ensemble Studio Theatre Youngblood brunches in a row! Amanda Keating’s with fellowship directed by Molly Clifford with Rachel Sachnoff and Dawn McGee. Strategies For Staying Calm by Mona Pirnot directed by Shelley Butler with Rachel Sachnoff and Cleo Gray. Michael Feldman’s All Aboard with Jacob! directed by Colette Robert.
2.1 & 2.2
New plays by Matthew Minnicino and Olivia Stoker in Rule of 7x7 @ The Tank directed by Liz Livingston and Layla Khosh.
Severance by Jack Horton Gilbert directed by Jake Beckhard @ the Tank.
With: Brendan Dalton, Evan Hall, Marlowe Holden, Lindsley Howard, Alesandra Nahodil, & Karsten Otto.
Rachel is a proud recipient of the 2019 Sokoloff Arts Creative Fellowship. A one year residency at Town Stages where she will be developing an original solo piece.
Rachel shot Holiday Help Desk with Beleeve Entertainment. A holiday rom-com now available for streaming on Vimeo & Amazon. Directed by: Chelese Belmont, starring: Shannan Leigh Reeve, written by: Hillary Esquina.
Playing the role of MOM in an ad for Betadine, produced by Vayner Media.
Enrolled in Fiasco Theater’s Free Training Initiative, a 3 week Shakespeare intensive, led by Fiasco Theater co-founders: Jessie Austrain & Noah Brody.
MCC's Fresh Play festival helmed by Lucy Thurber, in The Devil Came to Dinner by Cody Lin.
EST Youngblood's Rebel Without A Brunch in collaboration with The 52nd Street Project. The Virginia Wolves by Michael Walek, directed by Colette Robert.
3.7. - 3.25
Repertory Theater of St. Louis's Studio Theater production of Caught by Christopher Chen, directed by Seth Gordon. with: Kenneth Lee, Rachel Fenton, & Jeffrey Cummings.
Ensemble Studio Theater's Should Auld Acquaintance Be For Brunch.
when you get out by: Amanda Keating, Directed by: RJ Tolan
Untitled American Flag Project by William Burke directed by Anne Marie Dorr at the Brick Theater
Asking For Trouble Series D at Ensemble Studio Theater
Don't Trust Someone With a Plastic Baggie Full of Baby Carrots by Sylvia Khoury, directed by Abigail Zealy Bess
I Gained Five Pounds by Chiara Atik directed by Maggie Burrows
Presented by: PublicArts @ the Public Hotel
Today Is My Birthday by Susan Soon He Stanton directed by Kip Fagan with P73.
Funny Voices, or A Thing I Cannot Name by Matthew Minnincino directed by Kate Hopkins. Presented by Fridge Fest at IRT Theater.
With: John Raccioppo
APLOMB created & directed by Alex Keegan. Presented by The Habitat.
With: Amber Avant, Shelley Fort, Emma Orme, Drita Kabashi, Rachel Lin, Leemore Malka, Frankie Placidi, Brooke Reynolds, and Mariette Strauss
To Thrive, Or What You Will by Lauren Feldman directed by Larissa Lury. A New Georges residency.
Here We Are Here by Jiehae Park in collaboration with Tristan Jeffers, directed by Dustin Wills
With: Esau Mora & Mitchell Winter. A Baryshnikov Arts Center residency
A People's Guide to the History of the Time in the Here and Now by Rehana Lew Mirza, directed by Portia Krieger. Presented as a part of Primary Stage's Fresh Ink Festival
Restaurant in D Major by Jacob Perkins, directed by Molly Clifford presented by Two Headed Rep @ Temporary Storage
With: Dawn Evans, Devin Kawaoka, Ying Ying Li, David Littleton, Ramón Olmos Torres, Jacob Perkins, Mallory Portnoy, Ann Troup, & Matt Walker
RCN's "Loss for Words" commercial spot for cable produced by the Boathouse
Episode 8 of Labeled: the Series
Rachel returns as "Sung" for the series finale.
RULE OF 7x7 @ The Tank
New plays by: Amanda Keating & Layla Khosh
Ensemble Studio Theater's Planned ParentBrunch
The Insignificant Others by Brittany K. Allen
directed by: Mikhaela Mahony
With: Brittany K. Allen, Ronald Peet, Adin Lenahan
Five on a Match's: #11/9; or EVERYTHING is TERRIBLE so we put on a SHOW
Imperfect by Nastaran Ahmadi
directed by: Alisa Matlovsky
with: Matthew Cohn