A dancer turned actor, Victoria is a recent Juilliard Drama grad, currently pursuing acting and producing.
As an actor, Victoria originated "Allie" in Max Posner's Snore and "The Girl" in the U.K. premiere of Minetti (Barbican, London & Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh) as part of the Edinburgh International Festival. She recently appeared in For This Time Only at Carnegie Hall in an improvised performance alonside Juilliard music and drama alumni. She has also participated in play development workshops with the Metropolitan Opera, Primary Stages, Premiere Stages, New Works at Perry Mansfield, the Lark, Ma-Yi, Naked Angels, NYSAF, and New Georges. A classically trained dancer, she has choreographed for concert dance and theater, including Dancing at Lughnasa (Dir. Mikey Perlman), Broadway (Dir. Becky Guy), and assistant directed Twelfth Night (Dir. Vivienne Benesch) and Richard II (Dir. Tyne Rafaeli).
As a producer, she develops live events and scripted projects. Previous works include a trio of short films, the second ever Film Festival at Juilliard, a site-specific Macbeth in Brooklyn, and developmental workshops of Sebastian / AMERICAN CARNAGE, a new play by Forrest Malloy. She currently has two scripted projects in development.
Committed to arts outreach, she is a proud volunteer teaching artist with Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP). She has also collaborated with Lincoln Center, stART, Collaborative Arts Ensemble, Broadway for All, Sing for Hope, the Artist as Citizen Conference, and most recently at Maya Sotoro-Ng's Peace First Summit in NYC as a citizen artist.
Victoria is the recipient of the Dr. Polisi Artist as Citizen Award, the S. Kim Oh Scholarship for Leadership in Public Service, the Michel Saint-Denis Award for Ensemble, and the Marks Center Career Advancement Fellowship from Juilliard. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University with the Kenneth Janes Prize in Theater.