Welcome! Psacoya (pronounced like the beautiful Sequoia tree) is a NYC based actor and educator. She is a native of Alabama, who strives to challenge the boundaries of traditional casting for classical works. When she is not acting or teaching, she spends her time reading, dancing, and binge watching Grey's Anatomy.
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"I love acting. It is so much more real than life".
- Oscar Wilde
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Psacoya is the Education Associate at New York Theatre Workshop. As Education Associate, Psacoya supports in school and after school programs such as: Learning Workshop, Youth Artistic Instigators and the 2050 Administrative Fellowship.
Psacoya has brought Theatre Education to a variety of students and communities, including students living in transitional housing shelters, multi language learners, and adults with various developmental disabilities. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Education from Troy University and has spent several years as an actor and arts educator working and teaching in New York City and regionally. She has worked as a teaching artist for The Kennedy Center, National Headstart Association, New York City Children’s Theatre, Co/Lab Theatre Group and Arts Connection. Outside of Theatre Education, Psacoya enjoys all things Shakespeare and her new obsession - Peloton. Her ultimate dream is to perform in a classical work on Broadway that her students will witness.
Psacoya is the founder of TRINITY: Creativity. Community. Reflection.
Trinity is an an arts and culture non-profit that uses theatre to increase literacy and enhance social-emotional development in middle school students experiencing homelessness in New York City.
Learn more at mytrinitynyc.org