Laura is thrilled to be an Acting Troupe member with History At Play, and a part of their immersive living history performances. Laura plays Dolly Hancock in "Cato & Dolly: A New American Play," is part of the ensemble of "How Long Must We Wait?", and covers the one-woman program "I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone." For more information about these educational and entertaining immersive living history productions visit: http://www.judithkalaora.com
Through vibrant productions and extensive educational programs, this company does wonderful work in making a new generation fall in love with Shakespeare. Laura is honored to be an Associate Company Member and Teaching Artist: https://www.chesapeakeshakespeare.com/
Laura is proud to be a Company Member at CTM, and to be a part of their imaginative productions of the Classics. From Shakespeare to new adaptations of classic novels, CTM's engaging and thought-provoking productions provide wonderful challenges for artists, and spark new conversations for audiences: https://classictheatremaryland.org/
Laura is delighted to be working with ClockJack Productions on their alternative museum programming & site-specific immersive experiences at Coggshall Farm Museum in Rhode Island and Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts: https://www.clockjackproductions.com
The Master’s of Fine Arts Degree of The Shakespeare Theatre Company and George Washington University. Laura was fortunate enough to be in the class of 2010: http://aca.shakespearetheatre.org
The wonderful photographer who did Laura's headshots and took many of the productions photos on this website: https://www.teresacastracane.com/home-page
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