Meet Audrey…

NOW: playing in Stephen Adly Guirgis’ THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT at Tacoma Arts Live.

AUDREY HEROLD is an actor & arts administrator based out of Seattle, WA and represented by Big Fish NW Talent/Melissa Baldauf. She holds a BFA in Acting from Trinity Western University (Magna Cum Laude) and is certified in Unarmed Combat through Geof Alm/SAFD.

Favorite past credits include three seasons on Taproot Theatre’s Educational Touring Road Company, where she played –among others– antagonist Harper Henries in Team Player Mode. Other favorite credits are: Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (TIC), Cordelia/Fool in King Lear, and Cobalt in Time Out New York’s acclaimed :robot_face: (Dacha Theatre.) In addition, Audrey is on the Comedy Improv Core Team at Taproot and serves as a Dacha Theatre Company member.

While in Vancouver, she worked as an actor, dramaturg and co-playwright on The Road To Canada, a commissioned new work for the Fort Langley National Historic Site, and costume designed The Taming of the Shrew, and Eurydice (Ruhl) in association with Pacific Theatre / Eleanor Felton.

And after moving home to Seattle, she completed the Arts Administration internship at Taproot Theatre Company, and when she’s not in rehearsals or classes, serves as their Stewardship & Events Manager. She is pursuing her MFA in Arts Leadership, with a focus in Fundraising Leadership, through Seattle University (class of ’23) and also serves as the Social Media Manager for Catholic Artist Connection.

Audrey is a huge fan of classic texts– especially Shakespeare and Sophocles– and admires the quirky and poetic playwrighting styles of: Sarah Ruhl, George F. Walker and Tennessee Williams. She adores site-specific theatre, stage combat and any theatre set to music.