Cheryl Bear

Cheryl Bear

CHERYL BEAR is a New York based actress. She has a deep passion for new work.

New York credits include Shotz at AmiosNYC, The Goblet at Theatre Row, The One & Only Amanda Palmer with The Voire Dire Project 4.0 at Medicine Show Theatre, Break, The Accountant's Dream at The Heights Players. Readings: Madam Campan's Academy at The Theater Project, Living Radio at Kraine Theatre, Mahler...
CHERYL BEAR is a New York based actress. She has a deep passion for new work.

New York credits include Shotz at AmiosNYC, The Goblet at Theatre Row, The One & Only Amanda Palmer with The Voire Dire Project 4.0 at Medicine Show Theatre, Break, The Accountant's Dream at The Heights Players. Readings: Madam Campan's Academy at The Theater Project, Living Radio at Kraine Theatre, Mahler's Elusive Muse at RAVE Theater Festival, St John at Fifth Avenue Theatre of New York, Attention Shoppers and Breakfast at Equity Library Theater of NY, Just Like A Tattoo at The Drama League, Godfather Not, March 9, 1965 at HB Playwrights Theatre. Regional credits include Ciao for Now at SOOP Festival, Dracula at Lord Stirling Theatre Company, A Comedy of Tenors at The Barn Theatre, Extremities at Pax Amicus Castle Theatre, Uncle Vanya at MXAT Summer School.

Training: HB Studio, Russian Arts Theatre & Studio, Moscow Art Theatre Summer School.

For more, www.cherylbear.net

Recommended by Cheryl Bear

  • Fledglings, a monologue
    16 Jun. 2021
    A powerful realization of just how devastating a sport can be. Well done.
  • three strangers sitting around a backyard firepit at two in the morning listening to Bruce Springsteen's NEBRASKA
    16 Jun. 2021
    Coming together in quarantine and perhaps being more connected now in community. Well done.
  • Swimming with Whales
    16 Jun. 2021
    The communion that was needed as the connection to the sea and community is rediscovered. Excellent.
  • The Orbit of Mercury
    16 Jun. 2021
    A revealing story about one's orbit changing as things aren't operating as they were and it brings to question what we can do for ourselves and those around us as we become aware. Well done.
  • E2
    16 Jun. 2021
    A fascinating look at Marlowe's Edward II that brings the story and the issues it captured to life vividly and accessibly. Well done.