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
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.
"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
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
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.