Welcome! I’m not famous, but you might have seen me on TV. I’m not a star, but I’ve had the privilege of playing on some great stages. I haven’t “gone viral” but I love creating.
I’m a working actress that loves to tell stories and I often get to do this through operatic and theatrical performances, short films and commercials.
Not limited by medium, I tend to gravitate towards roles such as best friend, rebel, and diva. I’m proud of my fight choreography and stunt experience and have had the opportunity to choreograph for several operatic and theater productions and one short film.
As an opera singer I’ve has been praised for my “sweet, sparkling, youthful and exceptional” voice and as an actor my “layered portrayals, moving laments and heart-rending performances”.
Some of her favorite roles performed include Micaëla (Carmen) see her sing this role at The Ford Theaters HERE, Helen (Trojan Women, Euripides), Nedda (I Pagliacci), Juliette (Romeo et Juliette), Alice B. Toklas (Blood on the Dining Room Floor) Helen (Midsummer Night’s Dream) and Pamina (The Magic Flute).
Aubrey is invited to solo with The Santa Clarita Master Chorale regularly and has performed the soprano solos in Ralph Vaughn William’s Hodie, Dvorak’s Te Deum and Durufle’s Requiem. As a member of the Los Angeles Chorus, she was thrilled to take part in the first ever “Score! A Concert Celebrating MusicComposed for Television” singing under the baton of composers Bear McCreary, Ramin Djawadi, Trevor Morris and Mark Snow.
Off stage, Aubrey can be seen in film and commercials. She plays “mom” in Reco’s Magic, a family short film that premiered at the California Women’s Film Festival, and you’ll see her as the desperately overworked production assistant in Nightwalkers,a horror short that debuted in The Plaza Classic Films Festival: The Good, the Bad and the Indie. Her Xfinity Home National Commercial spot will air in 2018 in both English and Spanish. She is especially excited for upcoming projects, Please take off your shoes, a short film with Little Nalu Productions and Superheroes in Therapy, a quirky parody web series where she plays Diana (Wonder Woman) opening up to a psychologist about the struggles of being an amazon goddess. Check out the trailer HERE
Finally, Aubrey’s desire to create through performance and movement have converged into a passion for writing fight choreography and performing on stage and screen as a combat stunts specialist. She was thrilled to write original choreography for Center Stage Opera’s production of Roméo et Juliette and Pacific Opera Project’s production of Lucia di Lamermoor and perform in the later. She has co-written and assisted with fight choreography for Opera Santa Barbara, Opera San Jose, Pasadena Opera and The Garry Marshall Theatre to name a few. Aubrey received her formal education at Cal State Northridge University, receiving a Bachelor of Music and finished her studies at UCLA, receiving her Master of Music Degree; both with an emphasis in vocal performance.