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About Me

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Looking back at our last few weeks of re

Though I was a super shy kid, I always felt my biggest and brightest when performing for an audience. (My mom tells me it began as early as the day I was born when I sang gibberish from my car seat during the entire trip home!) By the age of three, I was dancing and singing every second I could (and I've never been able to stop.) When I wasn't in the studio, I spent my time hiking and exploring the glorious landscape of my desert home: St. George, UT. 

I had to part with my precious mountains to attend the Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theater at the University of Oklahoma, but it was one of the best decisions I ever made. I had some of the best years of my life training and building a community of friends to lean on. I even met the love of my life! 

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Upon graduation, my (now) husband and I, moved out to NYC to follow our big theater dreams and we've been performing all over the country ever since! In the past year, I had the opportunity to perform in ZACH Theatre's production of The Rocky Horror Show. I had the immense pleasure of playing Janet Weiss alongside my real-life husband (Jordan Barron) as Brad Majors! It truly was a dream! I also just recently completed my run as Ruby in Randy Skinner's Dames at Sea at The Bucks County Playhouse. I am now back in Austin, performing alongside my husband again, in ZACH Theatre's A Christmas Carol.

When I'm not performing, you can catch me seeing all the movies, eating all the queso, and walking my sweet Goldendoodle pup, Teddy, in our current home city of Austin, Texas!

 

A sincere thank you to you for visiting my website - I'm so happy you're here!

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Recent News and Reviews
The Rocky Horror Show

I had the chance to perform in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at ZACH Theatre in Austin TX. I played Janet Weiss, (alongside my real-life husband, Jordan Barron, as Brad Majors!)


"Daisy Wright’s crystalline soprano highlighted the wide-eyed innocence of Janet Weiss, while also giving her the depth of emotion necessary to showcase her vulnerability, curiosity, and ultimate blossoming. Wright most definitely did Susan Sarandon proud. (And dare I say out-sang the original Janet?)"

-Austin Woman Magazine
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Look ma! I'm in a magazine!

I'm so thankful that Austin Woman Magazine came to Rocky Horror and asked me to submit an article about what being an "Austin Woman" means to me. Read the full article by clicking the button below!

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