Audrey Herold

Audrey Herold

Audrey is an actor, costume designer and playwright in the Seattle area and is represented by Big Fish NW Talent. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting from Trinity Western University and is certified in Unarmed Combat through Fight Master Geof Alm/SAFD. While in living in Vancouver BC, she co-authored and performed a commissioned new work for the Fort Langley National Historic Site in Langley, British...
Audrey is an actor, costume designer and playwright in the Seattle area and is represented by Big Fish NW Talent. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Acting from Trinity Western University and is certified in Unarmed Combat through Fight Master Geof Alm/SAFD. While in living in Vancouver BC, she co-authored and performed a commissioned new work for the Fort Langley National Historic Site in Langley, British Columbia. In 2016 her original work "The Longest Way Home" was produced in TWU's New Generations Festival of new works. Audrey is a huge fan of classic texts, especially Shakespeare and Sophocles, and admires the poetic and quirky playwrighting styles of Sarah Ruhl and Tennessee Williams. She adores Golden-Age musicals, site-specific theatre, stage combat, and any theatre with music.

Plays

  • The Longest Way Home
    “The Longest Way Home ... is an adventurous take on the will-they-won’t-they love story set in the far reaches of Saskatchewan. A group of hot-shot American spies get way more than they bargained for in the Great White North. While they try to ignore the unrequited love issues in the team, a mischievous alliance of Rogue Mounties gives them a run for their money. This is Canadian culture at its funniest.”...
    “The Longest Way Home ... is an adventurous take on the will-they-won’t-they love story set in the far reaches of Saskatchewan. A group of hot-shot American spies get way more than they bargained for in the Great White North. While they try to ignore the unrequited love issues in the team, a mischievous alliance of Rogue Mounties gives them a run for their money. This is Canadian culture at its funniest.”

    – Soul Food Vancouver