NEXT: A Woman of No Importance at Taproot Theatre.
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 (Summa Cum Laude) and is certified in Unarmed Combat through Geof Alm/SAFD.
Favorite past credits include Mary Magdalene/Loretta/Sister Glenna in Stephen Adly Guirgis’ “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” at Tacoma Arts Live, and 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 Associate Producer.
While in Vancouver, BC, 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.
After moving home to Seattle, she completed the Arts Administration internship at Taproot Theatre Company, and now 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 nationwide 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.