Audrey is an actor, costume designer and producer in the Seattle area.
Audrey holds a BFA in Acting from Trinity Western University, where she trained under the direction of Angela Konrad, Kate Muchmore Woo, Dr. Lloyd Arnett, Craig Erickson and Katharine Venour. In 2013, she co-wrote, produced and performed an original commissioned new work for the Fort Langley National Historic Site in Langley, British Columbia. In 2015 she costume designed two productions with Eleanor Felton in association with Pacific Theatre in Vancouver: The Taming of the Shrew, and Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice.
Since moving home to Seattle, she has worked with Taproot Theatre, SecondStory Repertory, Macha Theatre Works, eseTeatro, The Phoenix Theatre, and Burien Actors Theatre among others. In 2017, she completed the Arts Administration Internship with Taproot Theatre Company, and currently works as a Touring Improv troupe member and Acting Studio costume designer. Favorite design credits include Megan Brewer’s Kiss Me Kate at Seattle Musical Theatre, and A Christmas Carol at SecondStory Repertory under the direction of Pat Haines-Ainsworth.
Local acting credits include Loretta in Steven Deitz’s More Fun Than Bowling at the Phoenix Theatre directed by Eric Lewis, and Elizabeth Irving in new work The Law of the Sea at Burien Actor’s Theatre directed by Rochelle Flynn. In summer 2018 she played Cordelia and the Fool in King Lear with Last Leaf Productions, under the direction of Laura Kessler. Recently she was seen in Fern Shakespeare Company’s all-female Much Ado About Nothing, at the Slate Theatre, as Borrachio and Ursula. Up next, she’ll be making things up as Clara in The (Improvised) Nutcracker Christmas Touring with Taproot Theatre.
Audrey is a huge fan of working with classic texts including Shakespeare and Sophocles, as well as Golden Age musicals, Tennessee Williams, and his contemporaries. She also admires Sarah Ruhl and George F. Walker’s quirky playwrighting styles and adores site-specific theatre, as well as any theatre with music. Her favorite eras to design continue in this vein, and she finds herself most commonly drawn to classic pieces set in the 1920s-1960s. When not acting or designing, Audrey enjoys creating program layout and bartending for various theatres around town.
For complete acting and costume resumes, and to find out what she’s up to next, please continue to peruse her website. 🙂
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