Q: In Legally Blonde, Elle finally gets to realize her dream of becoming a lawyer. What do you want to be when you grow up?
A: My ultimate goal is to make it to broadway, but if I am able to do what I love and make a living doing it (Broadway or not), I’d be most content.
Q: Throughout the production, Elle learns to believe in herself and accomplish things that people don't believe she is capable of. Why do you think it's important that people believe in themselves?
A: Because if you don’t believe in yourself, who’s gonna believe in you? At the end of the day you’re seen by others as you see yourself so if you put yourself down and are self deprecating you’re not gonna be seen as the great person you really are.
Q: Throughout the show Elle is forced into a stereotype of who people think she is. Why do you think people shouldn't be boxed in and how do you think we can go about changing that?
A: I think people shouldn’t be boxed in because boxes allow no room for originality. If there was no originality or people brave enough to step outside of the box society has put them in, we wouldn’t have some of the great developments we have today because when people are oppressed and put into boxes they tend to “stick to the status quo” and new thoughts and ideas don’t have the chance to be expressed or shown to the rest of the world.