Rebecca A. Herron

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Rebecca A. Herron (LiveArtDC Actor) is originally from Houston, TX and holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Miami. DC-area credits include Effie in "Spitfire Grill" with Theater Alliance (Helen Hayes nomination), "Big River" with The National Players at Olney Theatre Ctr., Essie Miller in "Ah, Wilderness!" at American Century Theater, Oatsie Carewe in "Vampire Lesbians of Sodom" with ATW, Snuff in "Mistakes, Inc." with VSA Arts at the Kennedy Center, and 4 incarnations of Day-Old Plays and the last-hurrah production of "The Aristocrats" with Cherry Red Productions. She also performed with WSC AvantBard, Venus Theatre, Adventure Theatre, Odyssey Productions, Madcap Players, and other local companies. On film she starred as Liz in "The Matchmaker’s Guide to Controlling the Elements" with JT Burian Cinematicals, and in "Modern Love is Automatic" as Dolores with S&Z Productions. She’s a regular in most of Cavegirl Productions’ 48-hour films, including 2012’s award-winning "PRESENCE", for which she took home a DC 48-HFP Best Acting award. Rebecca has appeared on TV in DC-area commercials and nationally on America’s Most Wanted, but not as the wanted criminal. She also wanders the woods as Orla in the new webseries "The Broken Continent". Joining LiveArtDC from its inception to create and perform "I <3 Hummels" was a fascinating journey, and she eagerly anticipates performing it again soon.

Recent blog posts written by Rebecca A. Herron

Homework

Homework. I work on it with my daughter, a 2nd grader. Hooray, I’m still able to keep up with her math (they do basic stuff differently now- there’s no carrying, etc, so it’s not an easy task to keep up)! As an actor, homework isn’t usually assigned anymore. An actor’s homework is solitary and self-assigned. […]

It Started with an E-Mail

  It started with an email.  A “call me when you have a few minutes to chat about something” email.  So I called Heather, thinking it was going to be a 5-10 minute thing.  It wasn’t.  The first phone call, where she laid out the whole idea behind LiveArtDC (way before it had a name) […]