Bryn Booth is an actor, dancer, singer, and actor combatant. Bryn graduated in May 2016 from the University of Arizona BFA Actor Training Program where she was a member of the program’s repertory theatre and performed in productions such as Oklahoma!, Frankenstein, Othello, Cabaret, and RENT. During her education, she also had the incredible opportunity to understudy for Arizona Theatre Company’s Romeo & Juliet, and Of Mice & Men, giving her EMC status.
Currently she is building her professional career in Tucson with the Rogue Theatre where she has been an ensemble member for three seasons performing in shows such as The Crucible (Abigail), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero), The Grapes of Wrath (Rose of Sharon), Macbeth (Lady Macduff), and ensemble roles in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, Galileo, House of Pomegranates, Secret in the Wings, and The White Snake. Her other professional endeavors year include playing Maggie in The Scoundrel & Scamp’s production of Lovers for which she was nominated for a Mac Award for Best Actress in a drama. She has also appeared in The Scoundrel & Scamp’s production of The Love Talker (Gowdie), Juliet in Romeo & Juliet for Tucson’s Shakespeare in the Park. She was also lucky enough to play a unique role (“Bad-Ass Chick”) in a Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Parody with the YouTube sensation, BLAR Productions.
While in Tucson, Bryn’s constant training continues in dance, voice, stage combat, acting, and writing. Though she loves the theatre life in Tucson, Bryn’s plans are to eventually move to Chicago to further her career.