February 2017

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The Seattle Times says “…Taproot’s production sparkles.”

Drama In The Hood says “Laura Lee Caudill makes for a delightful ingénue…”

“Room Service” Taproot Theatre Company. Photo by Erik Stuhaug

July 2016

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Four actors will bring all the laughter, all the adventure, and all the magic of Twelfth Night and Pericles to smaller parks in the greater Seattle area, July 8-August 13, 2016. Laura Lee takes on the roles of Viola in Twelfth Night and Marina (among many various lords, fisherman, and gentlemen) in Pericles.

April 2016

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"Laura Lee Caudill’s sarcastic exterior masks a gnawing insecurity that she’s not doing anything worthwhile with her life — a little like a hamster spinning on its wheel."
- Dusty Somers, The Seattle Times

Chorestia - A New Comedy at The Ballard Underground

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January 2016

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Laura Lee has relocated to Seattle!

She has signed with The Actor's Group for representation in commercial, film, and television.

She has also completed an on-camera class series with David S. Hogan and Angelo DiMarco at Mighty Tripod Productions, is being featured in a short student film at The University of Washington, and is training at The Studios, Seattle

Photo by Lisa Levan

September 2015

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The Vagrancy's production of What of the Night? by Maria Irene Fornes, directed by Caitlin Hart was nominated for 3 Ovation Awards: Acting Ensemble of a Play, Lighting Design Intimate Theatre (Matthew Richter), and Sound Design Intimate Theatre (Martin Carrillo). Laura Lee is a company member of The Vagrancy and appeared in the production as The Angel, and Girl.