Jocelyn’s love of performing can be traced to her upbringing. Born to performing artist parents, her home-found attachment to being onstage was inevitable. At 10 she began teaching her mother’s choreography in community musical theatre. By 13 she was a scholarship ballet student at the University of North Carolina’s School of the Arts, coming home in summer to indulge in her first love, theatre. Jocelyn wrote songs as a teen. In her 20’s, she began performing her original music at venues such as New York City’s iconic Café Siné, and found a musical home on the Lower East Side at The Fort at Sidewalk Café. There she was touted for her raw honesty in performance, and ability to bring the house down with her spirited original a cappella songs. Since moving to San Francisco, Jocelyn has performed her music with a variety of gifted bandmates. Her recent exposure to, and subsequent love of improv came at Leela’s Monday night drop in class in October 2012; she has since drunk the Kool-Aid. Jocelyn is excited about returning to the theatre world in Robots to Rebels, and feels very fortunate to be performing with such a talented group.