Actor: Theatre in the Square (Ghost-Writer), Gainesville Theatre Alliance (Ma Joad in Grapes of Wrath); Guthrie Theater (Shadow Language), Alliance (Grapes of Wrath, Merlin, Marco Polo), The Strange Capers (As You Like It), Theater Emory (The Master Builder, Back to Methuselah, The Flying Hours, The Family Project), Georgia Shakespeare (Richard II), Samuel French Festival (The Sampling Heart), Madison Avenue Theatre (The Marriage of Bette and Boo), The Shakespeare Theatre, D.C. (As You Like It), StageWest (Blithe Spirit), Actor’s Express (Candida, Sailing to Byzantium, Life is a Dream, The Good Person of Szetchwan, Reckless), Horizon (Because Pretty Girls Aren't That Smart), Shakespeare Tavern (Two Gentlemen of Verona), Oklahoma Shakespeare Festival (Comedy of Errors), many others. International: ICT/National Theatre of Cyprus (Antigone, ancient Greek and Roman theatres), Tampere Theatre of Finland (Runar and Kyllikki), North German Theatre Festival (Good Woman of Szetchwan). Film/TV: Campbell Scott’s Hamlet, “Guiding Light”.
Voice/Dialect Coach: Guthrie Theatre (30+ productions including premieres by Tony Kushner, Ellen McLaughlin and Julie Marie Myatt), Georgia Shakespeare (Associate Artist, 25+ productions), Alliance Theatre (25+ productions including the premieres of Aida and Ghost Brothers of Darkland County), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, American Players Theatre, Theatrical Outfit, The Children's Theatre of Minneapolis; Off-Broadway at New Dramatists and The Mint; many others. Films coached include Campbell Scott's Hamlet, Sweet Land (Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature) and Ana's Playground (Academy Award short-list for Best Live Action Short Film).
Director: Resident Director at the Gainesville Theatre Alliance (Midsummer Night's Dream, Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, Twelfth Night); Guthrie BFA Actor Training Program (Orestes, Antigone, Overruled); Shakespeare on the Cape/Provincetown Theatre (Much Ado About Nothing); Theater Emory (Love's Labor's Lost).
Training: MFA in Acting, University of Delaware PTTP; BFA in Acting, Florida State.
Suzi Bass Awards History
2012 Suzi Bass Nominee, Lead Actress Play, Ghost-Writer, Theatre in the Square