PROUD MEMBER of AEA and SAG/AFTRA
My primary focus is to connect in unique, impactful and meaningful ways with audiences, whether it is through the creative arts, social responsibility or corporate focused endeavors.
I love to inspire others through my work and every single day...
"Ferraro steals the show more than once.
She has one of those faces that lights up the stage"
- Review of "January Thaw" by Virginia Tobias
My journey in the performing arts began at the age of 10 starting out in a local production of "Annie".
Yes! Just like many other young girls of the 80's-era acting generation!
Over the next eleven years, I would continue to actively perform in leading roles in both straight plays and musicals throughout MA and CT. At the ages of 14 and 19, respectively, I was the proud recipient of awards in local theatre competitions for Best Performance by an Actress for my role in "Artichoke" (dir. Carroll Britch) and Best Performance by a Supporting Actress for my role in "Graceland" (dir. Robert Freedman ). Upon high school graduation, I was granted several arts scholarships for my long-standing presence as a performer and supporter of theatres throughout Western, New England, MA.
While a college student, I continued to increase my abilities to multi-task, playing lead roles in college musicals and as a featured soloist in chorale performances. During this time, I was named one of the countries most talented college students by "Who's Who Amongst College and University Students".
Upon graduating from Bay Path University (AA Arts & Science, Longmeadow, MA), I headed to New York City to study the intensive Meisner Technique at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater. After completing my first year, I was part of a select group accepted as a 2nd year student. During this time I studied with memorable instructors such as Richard Pinter, Ron Stetson, Ian McRae, Gary Kingston and Ron Shetler. After graduation from NPST, I was blessed to work professionally right away and headed out on the National Tour of "To Kill a Mockingbird" in the lead role of "Scout". Following works included leads in independent film, multiple NYC-area theatre roles and TV extra work.
After a successful 18 year career in the corporate world as a marketing, strategy and communications professional, I recently shifted my professional endeavors back to my performing roots on a full-time basis. I split my time between CT and NY and am currently seeking out new projects to work on and professional representation.