Shelley Bolman


Shelley Bolman returns to New Repertory Theatre after appearing in Freud’s Last Session, Opus and Tartuffe. Other area credits include A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Commonwealth Shakespeare); Shear Madness (Charles Playhouse); Three Sisters and Playboy of the Western World (Wellesley Repertory Theatre); Pinocchio and The Wizard of Oz (Wheelock Family Theatre); The Woman in Black and Billy Bishop Goes to War (Gloucester Stage Company); The Temperamentals (Lyric Stage); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Better Off Dead and Almost Maine (The Village Theatre Project); and Miss Holmes, A Christmas Story and And Then There Were None (Greater Boston Stage Company). Regional credits include Trumpery and Opus (Olney Theatre Center); Dial M for Murder and Bedroom Farce (Barnstormers Theatre); and Dracula and Inherit the Wind (Oldcastle Theatre). Mr. Bolman earned his BA from Vassar College and a Master’s in Education from Emerson College. He is also the Artistic Director of Theatre Espresso, a theater education company that performs interactive historical dramas about issues of social justice and the law in US history.

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

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