Sallie Bieterman: Actress
Sallie is studying at Emerson College, where she is earning a BFA in Theatre & Performance (Acting) and minoring in History and Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies.
Her scholarly pursuits and interests include musical theatre, history, playwriting, Greek mythology, dramaturgy, literature, and feminism.
To supplement her acting training, she studies voice with Amy Dancz and attends class at Boston Ballet.
At Emerson, Sallie is a founding member of Emerson Playwright's Collective, and has performed with Musical Theatre Society, most recently in the first full production of a new musical, The Road of Life. She is
an Equity Membership Candidate in the Actor’s Equity Association EMC program as well.
Following her work at the Washington DC headquarters of the Women's March on Washington, Sallie set to work harnessing the political power of theatre to spur action in the face of the country's current climate. Mounting a staged reading of It Can't Happen Here, a Sinclair Lewis play about the rise of a totalitarian dictatorship in the U.S., in February 2016.
Sallie is involved with Emerson Shakespeare Society and is a member of the EmShakes Company. Appearing in the autumn as Mme. Pernelle in their season-opener, Tartuffe, she has
appeared in many of their productions, most recently in the 'Shakespearience' production of A Comedy of Errors, in which she played Adriana. She also took on the role of
Rosencrantz in their all-female production of Hamlet in April 2017, and attended the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in NYC during January 2018.
Web site: http://salliebieterman.com