Virginia shot the fall campaign for FaceGym’s new Training Sticks product. You can see a clip from the campaign above and learn more about the product here.
Above are some highlights from Rock And Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story.
Virginia is thrilled to be working on “Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story” throughout this summer. With a three week rehearsal period in NYC, and a five week performance stint in The Berkshires, the musical has aims for Broadway and a National Tour. In the production, Virginia plays Jackie, Alan Freed’s second wife, amongst others. You can learn more about the musical here.
Virginia traveled to Costa Rica where she spent a week performing with Elan Artists at a corporate retreat for Dell Computers. You can see snippets from her trip on her Instagram stories.
Virginia shot for Peloton’s Spring Campaign. You can see more of her and the new clothing line here.
Virginia made her TV debut in Law and Order: SVU. In the episode, “Facing Demons,” she plays Madison, the new love interest of Brian Cassidy. You can watch the full episode here.
Above are some selects from Virginia’s most recent 2019 shoots. They include: Under Armour, Peloton, Bausch & Lomb, Paragon Sports, Party City, FaceGym, S&S Activewear, and Spirit Halloween. You can keep up with her latest bookings via Instagram.
Virginia shot a commercial for DNTL, NYC’s first walk-in dental bar. The shoot incorporated both photo and video media, and the advertisements can be seen throughout New York. To see more from this shoot, you can visit here.
Virginia shot a winter commercial for Friendship Dairies. The commercial celebrates the launch of their “Fruit on the Bottom” campaign by parodying over-the-top 80’s jeans ads. The aim of the commercial is to “poke fun at the outdated and ridiculous messages women often get from the fashion industry” and “confidently put focus on what’s real and what’s good.” Virginia is featured in the pineapple-bedazzled jeans. You can learn more about the commercial here.
Virginia traveled to the Catskills to shoot a commercial for Ally National Bank. In the commercial, she portrays a participant in a bootcamp designed to help women overcome a particularly difficult breakup.
Virginia shot the fall marketing campaign for Classpass. The two-day shoot, which consisted of both photo and video footage, captured her performing a variety of exercises from HIT to Yoga.
Virginia shot for Woosh Beauty's latest campaign. The shoot featured her demonstrating how to create a smokey eye look with the company's "Fold Out Face" palette and "Even Eye" stencils. You can see a snippet from the video here.
Virginia shot for the July edition of Psychology Today. The piece was entitled: "Turning Points: The Moments That Redefine Us," and the shoot centered around using the art of dance to express pivotal moments in one's life. You can read the full article here.
Virginia performed as a pointe soloist at the grand opening of Swarovski's Time Square location. Her custom-made "white swan" ensemble was bedazzled with Swarovski crystals from head-piece to toe-shoe. You can learn more about the event here.
Virginia is thrilled to have signed with Wilhelmina Models. You can find her portfolio here.
Virginia was featured as a model in Good Morning America's "Better Beauty for 2018" New Year's Day broadcast.
Virginia performed the role of "The Light" in The Shards of An Honor Code Junkie. The show starred two-time Tony nominee Alison Fraser and was directed by Zi Alikhan. Proceeds went to benefit the Trevor Project.
Virginia played "Ivy Smith" in Gateway Playhouse's production of On The Town. She performed opposite Nick Adams' "Gabey."
Virginia originated the role of "Sarah McDougal" in the Toronto premier of Sousatzka. The Broadway-bound production starred Tony winner Victoria Clark, two-time Tony winner Judy Kaye, and Tony nominee Montego Glover. Virginia had the privilege of working closely alongside ten-time Tony nominated choreographer, Graciela Daniele, on a dance solo especially catered to her. The creative team also included: three-time Tony-nominated book writer, Craig Lucas, Tony-winning lyricist Richard Maltby, Academy Award-winning composer David Shire, and director Adrian Noble.
Virginia toured the country with Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story On Stage. In addition to originating her ensemble track, she covered the roles of Penny Johnson and Vivian Pressman.