Therese Plaehn

Therese Plaehn has New York credits that include Three Sisters (dir. Nick Westrate and Dane Laffrey), A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again (dir. Daniel Fish), Gloucester Blue (dir. Israel Horovitz), Dancing at Lughnasa, and the New York revival of Tape. Her regional credits include Paradise Lost (American Repertory Theater), Dying City (Stonington Opera House), and The Well of the Saints (The Súgán Theatre Company). Her ART/MXAT Institute credits include History of the American Film (dir. Tommy Derrah), Hamletmachine (dir. Marcus Stern), and The Winter’s Tale (dir. David R. Gammons). She received her BA from Providence College and her MFA from ART/Moscow Art Theatre Institute at Harvard University.