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Ashlea Woodley

MFA Acting

Ashlea is an actor, teacher, and devising artist originally hailing from the quaint town of Campbellsport, Wisconsin. Prior to receiving her MFA in Acting at the Theatre School, she was a teaching artist and special educator while also performing regionally throughout the Midwest. She proudly holds a Meisner teaching certification from Larry Silverberg’s True Acting Institute. Her Theatre School credits include Feste in The Twelfth Night (dir. Melanie Queponds), Beth in Cockroach (dir. April Cleveland), Mrs. Dalton in Native Son (dir. Mikael Burke), and Maid in The House of Bernarda Alba (dir. Jeremy Aluma). Regional credits include Anne/Woman U/S in The Father at Remy Bumppo (dir. Kay Martinovich), Constantine in The Seagull at Cooperative Performance (dir. Don Russell), and Inger in Number the Stars at GreatWorks Theatre Company (dir. Matt O’Brien). A fierce advocate for individuals with different abilities in all performance media, she lives Picasso’s words, “There is only one way to look at things until someone shows us how to look at them with different eyes.” Find her online at ashleawoodley.com

ashlea.woodley@gmail.com
https://www.ashleawoodley.com

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