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Chloë Rae Edmonson

Chloë Rae Edmonson is a second-year doctoral student in Theatre at the CUNY Graduate Center. She holds an MA in Performance Studies (Wasserman Scholar) from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and a BA in Drama and English (summa cum laude, Baker-Duncan Scholar in Theatre) from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She has worked professionally as an education programmer for NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts and as a booking agent for Holden Arts Associates in Austin, TX. Highlighted roles as a stage actress include Célimène in Moliere’s Misanthrope (Trinity University, San Antonio), Charlotte in Tennessee Williams’s Night of the Iguana (Different Stages, Austin) and Friday in Robinson Crusoe (Missoula Children’s Theatre, national tour).

Creative Businesswomen and Making Theater Happen
Essay

Creative Businesswomen and Making Theater Happen

1 July 2013

Stepping into the business side of theatre offered Chloë Rae Edmonson a chance to explore the driving factors behind theatrical decisions