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Rachael Endrizzi


Rachael Endrizzi is an actor, director and teaching artist.

Her acting resume includes both theater and film. In the former capacity, she has played 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. She has performed locally at Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre (Prather Entertainment), Florida Rep, Lab Theater and Strauss Theater.

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


She has directed Lend Me a Tenor, 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 (Florida Rep Touring Show), 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)(Theatre Conspiracy).

Rachael has also directed more than two dozen children’s shows.

Among her awards and achievements are a Best Actress in a Play from in 2013 and nominations for Arts Teacher of the Year 2010 and 2011 Angel of the Arts Awards.

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October 10, 2018.


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