Olivia has spent a large portion of her life on stage performing the art of dance since age 4. Five years later, her interest in theatre developed as she played the part of Lucy in C.S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in the summer of 2005. Since then, she has been in many different plays, acting as characters with very different personalities. In 2007, Legacy Productions put on the show Tom Sawyer and Olivia played the part of the country church-girl, Becky. In 2008, she took Mrs. Ellison’s Speech and Drama class and played Minnie May Barry in the production of Anne of Green Gables. Olivia played the part of Melinda, the witch of the north in The Wizard of Oz (2009). In 2010, she played Wanda Plambrigde in the play Hitler Doesn’t Play Ping Pong.
In her next two productions, Olivia played leading roles as Joan in The Egg and I, as well as Alice in You Can’t Take it With You. In addition to acting, Olivia has also assisted with choreography for All That Is Required and It’s a Wonderful Life (2011 and 2012). Olivia assistant-directed The Best Christmas Pageant Ever in 2014 and directed Anne of Green Gables in 2015. Besides working at Impact, Olivia is will be attending the University of North Carolina Wilmington to pursue a major in Elementary Education, as well as working as a barista at Starbucks.