Aubrey Marie Seader is an actor, singer, and producer based in Bloomington, Indiana. Aubrey has a BFA in Acting from Rutgers University, and an MA in Arts & Cultural Management from King's College London.
Aubrey has lived and performed in New York City, New Jersey, and London, England. Most recent performance work includes: Ellie in Women in the Woods(a 4-episode, site specific radio play, commissioned by Cardinal Stage Company), Jess in Lost Letters (by Creighton Irons), and as part of the ensemble for Babylon: Beyond Borders, directed by Ruthie Osterman, at The Bush Theatre in London.
Aubrey is a featured vocalist in Emily Davis' Tipple + Tune music series. Videos of Aubrey's singing work are available on the Performance Videos page. Visit @aubrey.marie.s on Instagram for more singing videos.
Aubrey is also an arts researcher. She is interested in the use of theatre as a therapeutic tool, in both community and clinical therapeutic settings, for people with mental health problems. Her masters thesis was on "The Long-Term Impact of Applied and Community-based Theatre on the Peace-building Process in Northern Ireland."
Aubrey has been studying classical and contemporary voice for over 10 years.
"Having worked as a director of film, television, commercials, and theater, for over 35 years, I have to say that working with Aubrey Seader has been like working with a very seasoned professional. Each day that I have worked with Aubrey, she comes to work with great enthusiasm, insight, and most notably, her very own uniqueness." - David Anspaugh, director of films "Rudy," "Hoosiers," on working with Aubrey in "Spring Awakening."