Back On Stage! (Nov. 2023)
MG is performing live again as Marmee in at the .
Another Begins (June 2022)
MG narrating "" by for is in the works!
First Audiobook Released (March 2022)
"" is available for purchase on , , and . Ever since Molly's father got her hooked on when she was seven (after he read the books to her), she's been building to this moment.
(To celebrate, she also made a companion .)
New project in new medium! (May 2021)
Molly has been contracted by to narrate the audiobook of by . Production is underway!
Love (Dec. 2020)
Of course, due to COVID-19, Swing!, Frankenstein, and The Women were indefinitely suspended. So much love and support to my friends from them and all shows. Particular thoughts to those who had to leave NYC, that they'd had the resourcefulness and courage to get themselves to in the first place. So much gratitude to our community, (shout out: Tamra Pica, Write Act Rep!) for all the virtual care. I'm in upstate NY with my partner (now of 15 years!), who's a visiting professor (oof, support all teachers!!) at our own alma mater, Vassar College. I'm fulfilling my gradeschool fantasy of working as a veterinary assistant and doing a lot of writing! (And oy, the audio self-recording—dear tech friends, I hope I gave you all the respect and appreciation you deserve!!) I'm very lucky that our lives happened to be in a good moment to help us be safe and get through the pandemic. I look forward to much more live theater (AND HUGS) when we can. My deepest love to all of you, always.
Swing, Frank, and Women (Mar. 2020)
Swing! and Frankenstein continue Off-Broadway; in addition, Molly returns to (for the first time since Christopher Bean!) as Miriam Aarons in Clare Boothe Luce's The Women
Performing Off-B'way and Celloing in the Pit (Nov. 2019)
Molly reprises the role of [now-]Doctor Marlena Kellsberg in Lili Marlene's sequel: Swing! with Write Act Rep at St. Luke's Theater. She's also playing cello in the pit orchestra of Holmdel Theatre Co.'s production of Little Women, and doing some work. A delightful trifecta!
Frankenstein and The House on Haunted Hill (Sept. 2019)
Molly delightedly returns to , joining its Off-Broadway original musical for its 2-year anniversary as its 50th cast member! At the same time, she originates the role of Cassidy Bowman in 's wonderful new adaptation of ! …Two gothic horrors at once? Oh dear…
Wendy's Shadow and Lili Marlene (April 2018)
After a delightful run of You Can't Take It With You , Molly joins 's workshop of , fresh from ; and 's of at .
Return to East Coast! (2017-18)
Molly joined , as Essie Sycamore-Carmichael, and as a VO student. Thank you for everything, LA! Good to see you again, NY!
First LA Project closes to rave reviews (2014)
Bronies! The Musical, winner of Best Musical at the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2014, the THIRTY90NE Golden Elephant for best director/producers, and a Producers' Encore Award, completed its Third Street Theatre run to unanimously positive reviews in , , , , and 100% sweet on . Plus, an interview on how "Bronies" came to be, with a soundbite from MG in
Cross-country relocation (2014)
My partner of 9 years is doing a post-doc at the , so we've moved to Los Angeles! We will return to NYC, but for the next few years, I'm excited to explore the learning and performance opportunities in LA. Pardon me, gonna have a swim.
Farewell to dystopia with charity bonus (2013)
concluded a wonderful run! In accord with the content of the show, the creative team decided to donate 100% of box office proceeds: "". This cast member's thanks to composer- creators Jonathan Ripley and Stacy Young-Ripley for their vision and putting it into action!
"Pinkalicious" on the Run (2011)
We bid farewell to the Bleecker Street Theater and hope it reopens soon! October 23 through January 17, Molly will perform as Dr Wink/Alison at the and , and as Pinkalicious at
A Star-Studded fundraiser (2010)
Molly was a featured soloist in Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance, Gotta Give! a fundraiser by the for Molly's alma mater, — starring , , , , , and !
"Moor" Extension (2010)
The Moor's Petard concluded two successful runs after being selected as an audience favorite in The Queens Players' Act V: One Acts at