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AEA Eligible - SAG Eligible
RepresentationMia Chang (Manager)HairBrown
Height6' 1"
Weight180 lbs
Film Credits
Surrogate (Short, 2017 - Official Selection, Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Sun Valley Film Festival, Florida Film Festival)   Producer (w/ Damien Chazelle)     Independent     dir. Olivia Hamilton
Loserville (Feature, 2016 - Starring Darby Stanchfield, Matt McGorry, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Chris Bellant, Natalie Hall, and Jonathan Lipnicki)   Director, Co-Writer, Producer (w/ Sara Ramirez)     Independent     
Some Freaks (Feature, 2016 - Starring Thomas Mann, Lily Mae Harrington, and Marin Ireland - Winner, Special Jury Prize, Fantasia International Film Festival; Winner, Best Actress, Youth Jury Prize for Best Feature, Rhode Island International Film Festival; Winner, Best Feature, Audience Award, Portland Film Festival; Winner, Best Feature, Best Actress, Princeton Independent Film Festival; Winner, Best Feature, Oxford Film Festival; Winner, Best Feature, Best Actress, Best Music, Nashville Film Festival)   Producer (w/ EP Neil LaBute)     Independent     dir. Ian M. McDonald
What Lingers (Short, 2013)   "Husband"     Independent     dir. Kristopher Lencowski
Theater Credits
His Girl Friday   Wilson/Pinkus     Trinity Repertory Company     Curt Columbus
The Sexual Life of Savages (Reading)   Narrator     Skylight Theater (LA)     Ian M. McDonald
U.S.A.   Dick Savage     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Brian McEleney and Daniel Stein
The Time of Your Life   Tom     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Michael Perlman
Three Sisters   Tuzenbach     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Talya Klein
Lone Wolf Blues (Premiere)   Geoff     Brown 3x3 Festival     Ian M. McDonald
The Chalky White Substance   Luke     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Brough Hansen
The Rover   Don Pedro     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Talya Klein
All The Things You Are (Premiere)   Mark 1     Brown Writing Is Live Festival     Talya Klein
A Midsummer Night's Dream   Snug     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Shana Gozansky
Parade   Mr. Peavy and Others     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Talya Klein
Night Vision (Reading)   Paul Gavin     Brown Writing Is Live Festival     Kevaughn Harvey
The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (Reading)   Narrator and Others     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     Shana Gozansky
Angels in America: Parts 1 and 2   Prior Walter     Princeton University     Sara-Ashley Bischoff
Our Town   The Stage Manager     Theatre Intime (Princeton, NJ)     Jackie Bello
Twelfth Night   Malvolio     Princeton Shakespeare Company     Laura Fletcher
The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr: Abridged   Lovell     Princeton Shakespeare Company     Paul Bangiola, Jr.
Agamemnon   The Chorus Leader     Princeton University     Tim Vasen
Iphigenia at Aulis   Menelaus     Princeton University     Tim Vasen
As You Like It   Orlando     Princeton University     Anne Torsiglieri
Measure for Measure   Duke Vincentio     Princeton Shakespeare Company     Lauren Whitehead
Bus Stop   Dr. Lyman     Princeton Summer Theater     Whitney Mosery
Macbeth   King Duncan/The Doctor     Princeton Shakespeare Company     Daniel Eison
Other Credits
The Duat (Roger Q. Mason - Premiere)   Director     Son of Semele (LA)     2017
Aesthesia: Smell Me (Ruth McKee - Premiere)   Director     Chalk Rep (LA)     2017
"UnAuthorized" Reading Series   Director     Skylight Theater (LA)     2014
Weekend Getaway (Vasanti Saxena)   Director     Santa Monica Rep     2013
Uncommon Women and Others (Wendy Wasserstein)   Director     Last Match Theater Company (LA)     2013
Children of the East (Sofya Weitz - Premiere/Reading)   Director     Garage Theater (Long Beach, CA)     2013
The Seagull (Anton Chekhov)   Director     LaSalle Academy (Providence, RI)     2012
Barefoot in the Park (Neil Simon)   Director     Princeton Summer Theater     2011
The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? (Edward Albee)   Director     Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Program     2011
Blithe Spirit (Noel Coward)   Director     Princeton Summer Theater     2008
Miss Julie (August Strindberg)   Director     Princeton University     2008
Richard II (William Shakespeare)   Director     Princeton Shakespeare Company     2007
Please contact for additional credits in writing, set design, stage management, graphic design, and production management.
Education and Training
Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company, MFA, Acting
Studied with Brian McEleney, Stephen Berenson, Thom Jones, Daniel Stein, Curt Columbus, Brian Mertes, Joanna Settle, Annie Scurria, Laura Kepley, Deb Salem-Smith, Kali Quinn, D'Arcy Dersham, Jane Nichols, Bob Berky, Kathryne Jennings, Christine Stevens, Andy Hertz, Olivia D'Ambrosio, and Carol Gill.

Princeton University, AB, English; Certificate, Theater
Studied with Michael Cadden, Tim Vasen, R.N. Sandberg, Kate Whoriskey, Joyce Carol Oates, Anne Torsiglieri, Tracy Bersley, Nancy Gabor, Mara Isaacs, Tamsen Wolff, and Carmelita Becnel.

TVI Actors' Studio NYC, Summer Intensive
Studied with Pat McCorkle, Rob Decina, Kim Miscia, Angel David, and Valerie Kingston.
Special Skills
Drawing; Writing; Swimming; Snow Skiing; Waltzing; Fluency in Latin; Conversational French; RP, Irish, New Hampshire, and Southern Dialects
Awards and Recognition
Semi-Finalist, 2015 National Playwrights Conference
Graduated Summa Cum Laude (Highest Honors) from Princeton University
Member of Phi Beta Kappa

2012-2014: Creative Executive to Film Producer Clark Peterson (Los Angeles)
2012 Guest Director/Faculty, LaSalle Academy (Providence, RI)
2010-2011 Administrative Assistant to Brian Mertes, Head of MFA Directing, and Joanna Settle, Visiting Faculty (Brown/Trinity Rep)
2010 Personal Assistant/Development Intern to Film Producer Clark Peterson and Screenwriter Stacy Rukeyser (Los Angeles)
2008 President, Princeton Shakespeare Company
2008 Company Manager, Princeton Summer Theater

Winner, 2009 Senior Thesis Prize for Dramatic Studies, Princeton University English Department, for both Written Examination and Performance of Prior Walter in "Angels in America"
Winner, 2008 Outstanding Work in Creative Writing Award - Junior, Princeton University Creative Writing Program
Winner, 2007 Outstanding Work in Theater Award - Sophomore, Princeton University Theater Program
Winner, 2007 Outstanding Work in Creative Writing Award - Sophomore, Princeton University Creative Writing Program
Winner, 2006 Outstanding Work in Creative Writing Award - Freshman, Princeton University Creative Writing Program