Category: Press Releases

In A Nut Shell: A New York City Nutcracker

I am so excited to dance in American Liberty Ballet’s production of the Nutcracker. This version puts a New York City twist on the classic ballet story and it is oh so nutty!

CRS Cantor’s Cabaret

“Just hear those dancing feet…..” The CRS Theatre community will be dusting off our old playbills for a medley of all the shows we have staged, to be performed at the Cantor’s Cabaret. There will be dancing, singing, and lots of memories as we share our greatest hits!! Join us on Monday, April 3rd at 7:30pm

CAPAS Faculty Cabaret

It was an evening of fringe, sequins, and storytelling! Thanks to all who came out for the laughs and for the support of the CAPAS Student Scholarship Fund!

CAPAS Faculty Cabaret

It’s an evening of fringe, sequins, and storytelling! I can’t wait to take the stage with my fellow CAPAS faculty for our 2016 Faculty Cabaret. Curtains up on November 14th at 8pm at CAPAS. Email for tickets.


Kerri is so excited to be joining the cast of Seussical, presented by the RSTC. She will be playing the role of Lily LaHops the Frog & various roles in the ensemble, as well as working up a sweat as the Dance Captain.


I am happy to announce that I will be working on a GMA advertorial spot again. Can’t wait to be back on the GMA set!

BOOKED: Good Morning America

What’s better than filming for GMA? Getting to work with friends on set! Stay tuned to my blog to see what we’re up to….

BOOKED: St. Kristie

Exciting news! I’ll be playing the role of Kristie in the staged production of ‘Saint Kristie’ after being a part of the staged reading in March. Check my blog for show information.

BOOKED: St. Kristie

I’ve booked the role of Kristie in the play ‘St. Kristie,’ written by Douglas E. Huston, directed by (the amazing) Cas Marino, (who once played my mother in a Greek play….)

BOOKED: The New Neighbor

I am so happy to be working with Simcha Borenstein on an installment of the Acts of Love webseries. I’ll be playing the role of ‘Heather’ in a piece called ‘The New Neighbor.’