Savannah gleefully joins a phenomenal group of talented storytellers in Bridging the Gap - "a masterclass focusing on educating the next generation of musical theatre performers by 'bridging the gap' between musical theatre and the art of cabaret."

Directed by founder Ari Axelrod, alongside music director, David Aaron Brown, with a special guest appearance by critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter, Lina Koutrakos, the teachings of this masterclass accumulate in a showcase at Feinstein's/54 Below on Friday, September 28th at 11:30pm. Ticket reservations must be made in advance and can be purchased here. Please join Savannah and her classmates in what is bound to be a truly delightful evening!

Savannah Lloyd is thrilled to make her NYC directing debut in Manhattan Repertory Theatre's Summer One Act Play Competition! She serves the first of five series in this competition as director of Kearon & Kyle by Brigette ReDavid, who describes the play as "a contemporary myth that explores the relationship between what we want and what we really need. Of course, it takes a very angry leprechaun to do this.”

Show Dates:

Thursday, July 19th at 6:30 pm

Friday, July 20th at 6:30 pm

Saturday, July 21sy at 6:30 pm

Manhattan Repertory Theatre

West 45th Street between 5th and 6th Ave Manhattan, NY

Tickets are $20

To purchase tickets, visit the website here or email Limit 6 seats per reservation.

For more information, check out this article that features the creative team behind Kearon & Kyle!

Savannah has been cast as "SHE" in That's All There Is Folks, one of several 10-minute semi-finalist plays of the #MeToo Plays series presented by Celine Havard and Fish in Water Productions Inc. on June 25th at 7:30pm at the Duke Ellington Performance Space at famed Manhattan Plaza, 400 W. 43rd St. 2nd Floor, New York, NY.

The #MeToo Plays is a series of readings inspired by the #metoo movement that will culminate in an Off-Broadway Showcase in the fall. As a proud feminist and fellow activist of gender equality and human rights, Savannah is honored to be a part of this pivotal movement in history.

That's All There Is Folks is written by Frances Rorke and directed by Ran Xia. For updates regarding showtime and tickets, visit and follow @metooplays on Instagram.

#metoo Plays are presented by Celine Havard and Fish in Water Productions Inc.