Aubrey Marie Seader is an actor, singer, and producer.
ACTING Aubrey graduated from Rutgers University cum laude with her BFA in Acting in May 2015. While at Rutgers she trained in Meisner Technique. She also studied and performed with faculty at the Shakespeare's Globe Theater, and performed the role of Brutus in "Julius Caesar" on the Globe stage. Since then she has been an ensemble member for the NYC-based Honest Accomplice Theatre Company, has acted in productions with the Motherline Story Project, Cardinal Stage Company, the Bloomington Playwrights Project, and the Shawnee Theater of Greene County. Most recently you saw Aubrey in Shawnee Theater of Green County's 2017 Summer Season.
SINGING Aubrey studied privately for 5 years with Meredith Kiesgen-Schilling, recent graduate of IU Jacobs School of Music's doctoral program. She has performed in a number of musicals, and in a number of choirs over the years. Aubrey studies voice with Ray Fellman, vocal instructor for Indiana University's Musical Theater Department. Singing
PRODUCING Aubrey is a producer and reporter for WFIU Bloomington (an NPR affiliate) where she produces content for the Arts Department. While with the Motherline Story Project, she produced the Motherline Story Project Podcast. Aubrey also produces the Hijabi Diaries for the Openhearted Campaign, for whom she is also the Project Manager. In November 2016 Aubrey produced her first rally (featuring music, poetry, and speakers) with MiddleWay House to bring the community of Bloomington, IN (her hometown) together to demonstrate against violence in public places.
Aubrey will co-produce the first ever Ivy Tech Story Series with Ivy Tech Theater Artistic Director and Dean of Fine Arts, Paul Daily. The second installment of the Ivy Tech Storytelling Series will be performed January 26th, 2018, at 7pm in the Rose Fire Bay at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, in downtown Bloomington, IN. Follow the Ivy Tech Storytelling Series on Facebook.