Ms. White has directed Greg Oliver Bodine’s multiple IT award nominee Poe Times Two for Cape May Stage and the Workshop Theatre Company. She directed Mac Rogers in Ed Malin's Judge, Yuri and Executioner and Nat Cassidy in Malin's Generic Magic Realism both for the Frigid Festival. She helmed two pieces (one of which secured an IT nomination for best short play) in the Vincent Marano retrospective, What I Meant Was…. In March of 2011, she directed the IT Award-winning Things at the Doorstep - inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's work. She also directed two pieces in the 2011 INgenius Festival, the flagship festival of the Manhattan Theatre Source Writers Forum and had her writing debut, The Rationale, as a part of the 2012 INgenius festival. She has directed world premiere productions of: Meri Wallace’s Crossroads for the Midtown International Theatre Festival; Catya McMullen's When Predator Dies, John C. Davenport’s Tough Love, Annalisa Loeffler’s A Spring Break and Julia Harman Cain’s Last Meal for the Estrogenius Festival; and the North Shore Theatre Group's adaptations of Charlotte Gillman’s The Yellow Wallpaper and F. Marion Crawford’s The Screaming Skull / The Upper Berth. She also has worked as a sound designer for Workshop, Theatre 1010 and the NY Fringe Festival. She regularly appears as the foley artist for Cranston and Spade's WWOW Radio Show reenactments and provided foley effects for Pandora Machine's film, Alien Insurrection.