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Rachael Endrizzi


Rachael Endrizzi is an actor, director and teaching artist.

Her acting resume includes both theater and film. Her stage credits include Bridget in Nana Does Vegas (Off Broadway Palm, 2021), Anna in ‘Til Theft Do Us Part (Off Broadway Palm, 2021), Linoleum in Great American Trailer Park Musical (Off BroadwayPalm, 2020), A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Show (Off Broadway Palm, 2019), The Medora Musical 2019 (Burning Hills Singer), Suzanne in Don’t Dress for Dinner, Actor/Violinist in The Temple Bombing, Lady Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, Maggie Saunders in Lend Me a Tenor, Dinah in The Dixie Swim Club, Suzette in Don’t Dress for Dinner, Lana Sherwood in It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play, Bamby Lynn in Knock ‘Em Dead, Mrs. Little in Stuart Little, Wendy Darling in The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan, Poppy Norton-Taylor in Noises Off, Ginette/Villain in Almost, Maine, Eva Gieringer in And Then They Came for Me, Schwartzy in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, just to name a few.

Her film appearances include 15 Minutes of Faye, Ride, Stalked and Saints and Angels. She has also appeared in television commercials for the Southwest Florida Community Foundation and First Home Builders and did voiceover work for Avow/Hope Hospice.

On the other side of the footlights, Rachael has directed numerous shows, including The Imaginators (Spark Theatre Company, Elyria, Ohio, 2020), The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged (The Legacy Theatre),  Pinkalicious, the Musical (The Legacy Theatre), Always … Patsy Cline (The Legacy Theatre), Lend Me a Tenor (The Legacy Theatre), Marian: The True Story of Robin Hood (Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance), Gideon’s Knot (Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance), 33 Variations (Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance), The Nerd (Off Broadway Palm), Moonlight & Magnolias, Camping with Henry & Tom (BIG ARTS Strauss Theater), Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play (Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance), Freud’s Last Session (BIG ARTS Strauss Theater), The Bible: Complete Word of God (abridged)(Theatre Conspiracy at the Alliance), Social Security (Florida Rep, Asst. Director), The Odyssey Experience (Spark Theatre Company; Florida Rep Touring Show), The Fisherman & His Wife (Spark Theatre Company); Harriet Tubman: An American Moses (Spark Theatre Company); The New Kid (Spark Theatre Company); Baskerville (Ashland University), Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Lorain Co. Comm. College), Thomas Edison: Fire of Genius (Florida Rep Touring Show), And Then They Came for Me (Florida Rep Touring Show, 2010-11), And Then They Came for Me (Florida Rep Touring Show, 2009-10), Cinderella Confidential (Florida Rep Touring Show), Red Herring (Theatre Conspiracy), Shipwrecked! (Theatre Conspiracy), All the Great Books (abridged)(Theatre Conspiracy) and The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged)(The Legacy Theatre; Theatre Conspiracy).

As an educator, Endrizzi is the former Director of Education for the Florida Repertory Theatre, where she founded the Florida Rep Conservatory and ACT UP: Theatre for Students on the Autism Spectrum in addition to running Southwest Florida’s leading performing arts training program and a professional touring theater. She has directed over 50 fully realized children’s theater productions through the Florida Rep and is proud to have been nominated as Arts Teacher of the Year in 2010 and 2011, Angel of the Arts Awards and published in American Theatre Magazine for her work with students diagnosed with ASD’s.

Rachael is a graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York City and the current Artistic Director for Curtain Call Youth Players in Marietta. She loves to share her passion for the arts with her students and seeing them succeed.

In April, 2021, she will produce the world premiere of Posters & Flip Flops for Spark Theatre Company in Elyria, Ohio.

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October 10, 2018; revised March 25, 2021.


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