who are the weird sisters?
Shelli holds a Bachelors of Arts in both Theatre and English from the University of Georgia and is an alumna of the Aurora Theatre acting apprenticeship. She is an Atlanta-based film and stage actor who has worked with The Alliance Theatre (A Christmas Carol, Little Raindrop Songs), Aurora Theatre (Into the Woods, Les Misérables, Don’t Dress for Dinner, 4000 Miles), Actor's Express (The Crucible, RENT), Serenbe Playhouse(Miss Saigon) and Georgia Ensemble Theatre (Ghost the Musical). TV credits include: The Vampire Diaries. She is also the co-producer/writer for Atlanta's newest comedy web series, Quarter Life*.
Kate Donadio MacQueen
Kate is a graduate of NYU-Tisch School of the Arts and has studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Kate has performed as an actor in Atlanta at the Alliance Theatre (…said,” Said), Actor's Express (Wolves), Synchronicity Theatre (In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play), Georgia Ensemble Theatre (The Only Light in Reno), Theatrical Outfit (A Wrinkle in Time), Georgia Shakespeare (Othello), Aurora Theatre (Sirens), Horizon Theatre (Legacy of Light), ART Station (It's A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play), Theatre in the Square (Rabbit Hole), and Dad’s Garage (skin). Kate has also directed Dial M for Murder and Southern Comforts at Stage Door Players.
Rachel Frawley is an actor, writer and producer based in Atlanta. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from Michigan State University, is a graduate of the Atlanta Shakespeare Company's apprenticeship, and is a current master class student at the Company Acting Studio. She writes for Cast It Talent, on whose blog biweekly articles and interviews can be found. Favorite recent credits include Arugula in Space Girl and Charlotte Corday in The Revolutionists. Currently, she can be seen performing in Shit-Faced Shakespeare's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, playing at 7 Stages Theatre. She has worked as a Company Member, actor, designer and playwright for the Weird Sisters since their inaugural production.
Julie Skrzypek is an Atlanta-based collaborator, director and stage manager. She holds a B.A in Performing Arts from Clayton State University. She has directed at Synchronicity Theatre, Dallas Theatre, Essential Theatre, Academy Theatre, The Seedling Project, Emory University, and Clayton State University as well as partnered and stage managed with many Atlanta Theatre’s along with Fly Carpet Theatre (New York), MAPP International (LA) and Chez Bushwick (New York). Currently, she is embarking on a world tour with Jonah Bokaer, Daniel Arsham, and Pharrell Williams’s Rules Of the Game which is co-commissioned by SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, BAM, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, with major presentation support at La Biennale de la Danse de Lyon and the Brisbane Festival, Australia.