Rachael Holmes

Rachael Holmes previously appeared in the Huntington's production of Good People (2012). Ms. Holmes has Off Broadway credits that include Ruined (director, Kate Whoriskey) at Manhattan Theatre Club, Persephone’s Cowboy: A Musical (director, Alex Timbers) and 365 Days/365 Plays (director, Michael Greif) at The Public Theater and at Epic Theatre Ensemble (directors, Leigh Silverman and Hal Brooks). Her regional credits include Ruined (director, Charles Randolph-Wright) and The Book Club Play (director, Molly Smith) at Arena Stage; Richard II (director, Michael Kahn), Henry V (director, David Muse), and Julius Caesar (director, David Paul) at Shakespeare Theatre Company; and Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet (director, Timothy Douglas) at Studio Theatre. Her television credits include “The Good Wife,” “Dirt,” national commercials, and voice-overs. She is a master teaching artist at The New Victory Theater and New York Film Academy. She received her MFA from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

(As of October 2014))

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