Helen has been busy working during COVID in Felt Sad, Posted a Frog as Oanah for The Cherry Arts Collective, a cameo appearance in A Day for The Cherry Arts, and as Sonnet 79 in The Sonnet Response Series.
Helen worked with director Madeline Sayet in Sappony, Always by Nick Martin, for YIPAP at Yale Off-Broadway Theatre.
Helen portrayed the role of Essie in You Can't Take it With You for The Hangar Theatre's Big Play Festival, directed by Robert Moss.
The English translation (Buggeln/Gurevich) of Santiago Loza's Winter Animals which Helen premiered for The Cherry Arts in 2017 is featured in Global Queer Plays (Oberon Books.)
Most Recent Work:
Helen portrayed the role of Solveig in the English Language Premiere of the German play Testosterone by Rebekka Kricheldorf for The Cherry Arts.
Helen premiered the role of Iris in the World Premiere of Good Children by Tracy Thorne for Connecticut Repertory Theatre.
Helen reprised the role of Monika in Iva Brdar's Rule of Thumb in NYC, a co-pro between Voyage Theatre Company and The Cherry Arts
Helen premiered the role of Monika in Iva Brdar's Rule of Thumb which then went to Germany then Serbia.