Rachael Warren


Rachael Warren (She/Her) started at Trinity Rep in the 1999-2000 season playing Eliza in My Fair Lady. She has been a Resident Artist there since 2002.  Highlights from those 23 years include: Suze (Fairview), Madame Defarge (A Tale of Two Cities), The Voice of the Plant (Little Shop of Horrors), Darcy/Wickham (Pride and Prejudice), Mother (Ragtime), Grace Richards (world premiere, Into the Breeches!), Puck (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Warrior One (Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage), Laurey (Oklahoma!), Maudie Atkinson (To Kill a Mockingbird), Portia (Julius Caesar), Tilly (Melancholy Play: a chamber musical), Nancy (Oliver!), Sally (Cabaret), Betsy/Lindsey (Clybourne Park), Antigone (The Dreams of Antigone), Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Ophelia (Hamlet),  Wendy (Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up), Isobel (The Secret Rapture), Rebecca (world premiere, The Long Christmas Ride Home), Sabina (The Skin of Our Teeth), Mary Warren (The Crucible), Mary (Dublin Carol), The Syringa Tree, Lady Percy (Henry IV), Duchess of York (Richard II), Princess Katherine (Henry V), Anybodys/Somewhere Girl (West Side Story), Mrs. Webb (Our Town), The Other Woman (Dead Man’s Cell Phone), Truvy (Steel Magnolias), Drood (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), Nerissa (Merchant of Venice), Boots on the Ground, Some Things Are Private, Luisa (The Fantasticks), Anne (Merry Wives of Windsor), Shapeshifter, Marie (Paris by Night), It’s a Wonderful Life and, of course, A Christmas Carol.  Ms. Warren has spent two seasons in the acting company of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival playing The Baker’s Wife (Into the Woods), Muriel Humphrey/Pat Nixon and others in the world premiere of The Great Society, Eliza in My Fair Lady and Cymbeline. Rachael has also performed at the Wilbury Theatre Group (Allison, Fun Home), American Repertory Company (The Doctor’s Dilemma, Antigone, Man and Superman, The Bacchae), Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Cleveland Play House (Man of La Mancha), Williamstown Theatre Festival (Tonight at 8:30 & Princess Turandot), Hartford Stage, Virginia Stage, and Goodspeed Opera House (Great Expectations). She was in the national touring companies of Tommy, Chess, and Company. She is a graduate of the A.R.T Institute at Harvard and Illinois-Wesleyan University, and is on the faculty of the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA Programs where she teaches singing.  She has a private teaching practice (www.rachaelwarrenstudio.com), & also serves as Literary Affiliate for Trinity Rep. 3 Motif Awards for best actress in a musical for Alison in FUN HOME, Mother in RAGTIME & Sally in CABARET.  2018 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow

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