Chloe is a junior at Stanford University pursuing a double major in American Studies and Theater & Performance Studies, a minor in creative writing, and a music performance certificate in vocal performance. At Stanford, Chloe studies private voice in the music department, tap dances with Stanford TapTh@t, acts as a board member for Stanford Light Opera Company, serves as a Resident Assistant, writes theater reviews for The Stanford Daily, performs in musicals and operas, and reads a whole lot of books. She feels lucky to learn and grow alongside astounding peers from countless backgrounds and disciplines.
Theater provides a near-perfect outlet to both make sense of what it means to be human and share the human experience with others. The medium allows us to express, grapple, fight, emote, and change in remarkable ways. This unparalleled ability heightens our responsibility to honor and shape the form with utmost honesty, representation, and love.
Hobbies include but are not limited to:
- Infecting Silicon Valley computer scientists with the ~theater bug~
- Sporting hats, neck scarves, and clogs
- Swing dancing at Frat parties