Billie Wildrick Biography

 
Gender: Female
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Billie Wildrick Biography

Gender: Female

Billie's first professional review stated she "couldn't be more appealing if she were a banana." Now she's making her Broadway debut! In the meantime, Billie has been enjoying a vibrant career in Seattle playing wonderful roles like Dot/Marie (Sunday in the Park with George), Adelaide (Guys and Dolls) and Eileen (Wonderful Town) at the 5th Avenue Theatre; Mary (Vanities) and Brunhilde (Das Barbece) at ACT; and assorted other hippies, virgins, stewardesses, showgirls, sassy maids and waitresses, grandmothers, birds, femme fatales, princesses, milliners, prisoners and nymphomaniacal anthropologists at the 5th Avenue, ACT, Village Theatre and Seattle Children's. Billie can be heard on the original cast recoding of A Christmas Story in the creamy radio quartet, is not at all famous for Rita's running piano ad lib in White Christmas and played Dyanne in the first reading of Million Dollar Quartet at the coolest event of the year- the Village Theatre Festival of New Musicals. Billie is a proud founding member of The Cordless Moon Generative Artist Collective, the bands Obnoxiousaurus and Winding Stair as well as girl trio The Daffodils.






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