Ashlea Woodley

Ashlea Woodley is an actor, teacher, and devising artist originally hailing from Campbellsport, Wisconsin. Regional credits include Anne/Woman U/S in The Father at Remy Bumppo (dir. Kay Martinovich), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet with Jacaranda Collective at The Den Theater (dir. Sam Bianchini), Constantine in The Seagull at Cooperative Performance (dir. Don Russell), and Inger in Number the Stars at GreatWorks Theatre Company (dir. Matt O’Brien). She holds her MFA from The Theatre School at DePaul. As a teaching artist, she has worked for various organizations throughout the Midwest, including First Stage in Milwaukee, where she helped design and implement curriculum for Next Steps, a program designed for children on the autism spectrum. She now teaches with Camp Red Kite and has taught for Mudlark in the Chicagoland area. She is a fierce advocate for individuals with different abilities in all performance media. Find her online at (Bio as of 2020)

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