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Aly Easton

MFA Acting

​Aly is an actor, director, and producer from Los Angeles, currently in Chicago. An artist-advocate, her mission is to cultivate community, facilitate education, and promote accessibility and inclusivity. Aly is a Fulbright Scholar in deaf theatre, and her research on disability-inclusive and accessible theater in Siena, Italy led to a production of Romeo and Juliet: An ASL Love Story that she directed and produced. Credits include: Tartuffe (Elmire) and Our Lady of 121st Street (Marcia) at The Theatre School; The Christians (Elizabeth) with Phamaly Theatre Company; and Hamlet (Laertes), Twelfth Night (Viola), Wit (Susie) with Ophelia's Jump Productions. Prior to The Theatre School, Aly earned her MA in leadership development and holds her Illinois realtor license. One of her greatest joys is reading books with her 5-year-old nephew who is always amused by her turkey impression and silly voices.​

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