Dawn L. Troupe Biography

 
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Dawn L. Troupe most recently appeared as Blues Speak Woman in "Spunk" directed by Patricia MacGregor at CalShakes. Her regional credits include Marin Theatre Company’s In The Red and Brown Water as well as their New Works staged reading of Blood/Money; Marcus Gardley’s This World in a Woman’s ... (read more)
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Bio:
Dawn L. Troupe most recently appeared as Blues Speak Woman in "Spunk" directed by Patricia MacGregor at CalShakes. Her regional credits include Marin Theatre Company’s In The Red and Brown Water as well as their New Works staged reading of Blood/Money; Marcus Gardley’s This World in a Woman’s ... (read more)

Dawn L. Troupe most recently appeared as Blues Speak Woman in "Spunk" directed by Patricia MacGregor at CalShakes. Her regional credits include Marin Theatre Company’s In The Red and Brown Water as well as their New Works staged reading of Blood/Money; Marcus Gardley’s This World in a Woman’s Hands at Shotgun Theater; Caroline, or Change, Dessa Rose, Memphis, Book of Days, and Ragtime at TheatreWorks; and in TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival readings of The Madam C.J. Walker Story, The Giver,

Memphis, The Water, A Little Princess, and Funkentine Rapture. She appeared as Sarah in Ragtime at Broadway by the Bay; Beehive at San Jose Stage Company; as Aida (nominated for BA TCCA for Best Actress and won Best Musical Director) in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida, and Addaperle in The Wiz at Willows Theatre Company; and a nurse/ensemble in South Pacific at American Musical Theatre of San Jose where she understudied Mary Bond Davis (Bloody Mary).