I grew up in Rochester, NY and have been performing since I was three, when I started my first dance class!
Following graduation, I was cast in several professional productions (click here to see my resume) until I was very fortunate to be chosen as an Acting Apprentice with the equity theatre CATCO (Columbus, OH) from September of 2014 to May of 2015.
Now, I'm living in NYC, auditioning and creating opportunities for myself! I've had great experiences so far, but one of my favorites was performing in the Off-Broadway show I'll Say She Is: The Lost Marx Brothers Musical. It played at the Connelly Theater from May to July of 2016 and was chosen as a NY Times Critics' Pick! I am definitely looking forward to my next adventure!
Check out my news page if you'd like to know what I'm currently working on!
"Penelope Toop, played [by] an ever energetic Beth Conley, is open to change and being modern, getting her in trouble with the local busybody. . .
The play is an energetic piece from start to finish with all the actors maintaining their character throughout . . . The consistency of the [players' performances] from the beginning to end is quite impressive and worth the ticket price."
-Review for See How They Run at Tibbits Summer Theatre
-The Daily Reporter, Julia Baratta, 2019
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