July 2018 - April 2019

Selected from more than 2,000 applicants from across the nation, the 2018-2019 Professional Training Company consisted of 42 young professionals. The program culminated in a world premiere performance at the Humana Festival for New American Plays directed by Will Davis.

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“…this year’s training company has shown that its not ones to pull punches…the PTC’s season may be over until their Humana Festival showcase, but it’s hard to believe this is the last we’ll see of any of these actors.” - Alex Roma, Leo Weekly

June 2018


"Rebecca M. Davis (Duchess of Berwick) and Laura Lee Caudill (Lady Agatha Carlisle) provide a comic duo that is much needed."
- BroadwayWorld Seattle

"A special shout out to Laura Lee Caudill who as Lady Agatha Carlisle hilariously makes so much out of so few lines!"
-Drama In The Hood

Laura Lee Caudill did a great deal with what could have been an incredibly thankless & forgotten role; all of her choices were so specific & strong. A really fun stand out performance.”
-Gregory Award Nominator

Photo by Robert Wade

April 2018


Local playwrights teamed up to put a spin on Shakespeare's classics! Laura Lee made her Theater Schmeater debut in plays by Keiko Green, Nick Edwards, and Kendall Uyeji.

February 2018

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Thank you to Centerstage and Dorothy’s Piano Bar and Cabaret for hosting an evening of songs from POC performers. Looking forward to future collaborations with these companies!

January 2018

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Laura Lee performed at ACT Theatre as part of a six-member ensemble in Measure for Measure directed by Emmet Temple, the recipient of the Kenan Fellowship.

October 2017


Pork Filled Productions presents UNLEASHED: New pulp stories for the 21st Century featuring brand new works by playwrights of color!


Laura Lee was featured in the reading of Persimmon Nights by Seayoung Yim and directed by Sara Porkalob.

September 2017

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Laura Lee made her Seattle Children’s Theatre debut in a beloved production of “Go, Dog. Go!” directed by Steven Dietz.

Photo by Elise Bakketun