Jamie Rea


A renaissance woman of the theatre and a proud member of Actor’s Equity, Jamie has had the pleasure of exploring this powerful tool for connection and change for over 20 years. She has studied the work of Sanford Meisner & Robert Bray with Barry Hunt & Sowelu Theatre Ensemble; Suzuki Technique & Anne Bogart’s Viewpoints with the SITI Company (NYC); Rhythm Tap with Savion Glover’s teacher Lady Diane Walker & Lane Alexander, founder of the National Tap Dance Festival in Chicago; and Devising Theatre with the late Scott Kelman of Joseph Chaikin’s Open Theatre (NYC).

Seen previously as Halina in Indecent (Profile and ART), Amy in In the Wake, and as Dawn in The Secretaries (Profile Theatre). Additional local favorites include Olympe DeGouges in The Revolutionists  and Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest (Artist Repertory Theatre), Macbeth in Macbeth & Kristine (Drammy award, Best Supporting Actress) in A Doll’s House (Shaking the Tree Theatre), Anna (Drammy Finalist, Best Actress) in The Snowstorm (CoHo & Many Hats Productions), Mary Shelley in Bloody Poetry (NW Classical Theatre Co), and Gabriella in References to Salvador Dali make me hot (Milagro).