Darcie was born and raised in Manchester, NH and is proud to hail from the great Granite State.
She moved to Boston at age 18 where she earned a BFA in Musical Theatre from Emerson College, and developed a strong respect for self-driven work. Upon graduating, she moved to New York City where she lived for seven years and earned her MFA in Acting from The Actors Studio Drama School at The New School. While in New York, she was a featured performer in the first production of The Town Hall Theatre’s Broadways Rising Stars on Broadway, Red Bull Theatre’s Off-Broadway production of Women Beware Women, and worked on many newly developed plays at theatres such as American Place Theatre, The Ohio Theatre and Theatre Row, among others.
As an actor, Darcie continues to work in Boston, New York, and Western Massachusetts. She is grateful to have several artistic homes such as The Majestic Theatre in West Springfield, American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, and The Gold Dust Orphans in Boston/ Provincetown, and enjoys working at various professional theatres in the region.
As a teaching artist, Darcie loves helping her students cultivate their own creativity and voice through acting, voice and speech, dance, and the history of theatre. When she’s not in the theatre world, Darcie is happily Om-ing as a Registered Yoga Teacher, and member of the Kripalu Yoga Teachers Association.
More than anything else, Darcie is over the moon to be a co-founder of TheatreTruck with two other women whom she respects and loves as artists and people.
Darcie is a proud member of The Actors Equity Association.