Hailing from the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, Abigail has long been fascinated by the tradition of storytelling and the power that art has to provoke change. She has a passion for new work and loves being a part of the collaborative process of bringing new plays, musicals, and film to life. She tells the stories of the forgotten and finds joy in creating intersectional opportunities to usher in a new age in the American Theatre that is truly reflective of the patchwork quilt inclusive of the vast array of people who make this country what it is. A true Jill-of-all-trades she is able to pull from her experience in other roles of the theatre including: costume design, scenic painting, dramaturgy, acting, education, and administration to create a well rounded and holistic approach to her productions that gives her work a mystical yet grounded quality. Being a photographer and visual artist has also given her a keen eye for detail and aesthetic. She is currently on staff at Musical Theatre Factory as the Development Coordinator. She received her B.A. in Directing and Arts Management from Marymount Manhattan College. Abigail is a proud Associate Member of SDC. Lots of love to her family- te amo, Abuelo. Gracias por todo.