Rachael Holmes

Rachael Holmes has Off Broadway credits that include Ruined (director, Kate Whoriskey) at Manhattan Theatre Club, Persephone’s Cowboy: A Musical (director, Alex Timbers) and 365 Days/365 Plays (director, Michael Greif) at The Public Theater and at Epic Theatre Ensemble (directors, Leigh Silverman and Hal Brooks). Her regional credits include Ruined (director, Charles Randolph-Wright) and The Book Club Play (director, Molly Smith) at Arena Stage; Richard II (director, Michael Kahn), Henry V (director, David Muse), and Julius Caesar (director, David Paul) at Shakespeare Theatre Company; and Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet (director, Timothy Douglas) at Studio Theatre. Her television credits include “The Good Wife,” “Dirt,” national commercials, and voice-overs. She is a master teaching artist at The New Victory Theater and New York Film Academy. She received her MFA from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.