Bailie de Lacy

Bailie de Lacy (Woman #2, U/S Woman #1) is a NY based actor who hails from a small town in New Hampshire.  Bailie recently worked for Commonwealth Shakespeare Company playing Sir Richard Ratcliffe (u/s Queen Elizabeth) in Richard III and Lady Macduff in Macbeth, You Never Touch the Dirt [workshop] (Clubbed Thumb), and Not My Monster! (The Flea).  Her NY credits include Rosannah in Brilliant Traces  (Playroom Theater) and Sonya in Uncle Vanya (Outlet Ensemble).  Bailie is also a Bat – member of The Flea’s resident acting company.  A few of her Boston credits include Lucille in Parade, Lydia in Big Love, Sinadab in the U.S. premiere of Zobeide, Eve in The Serpent and Philomele in The Love of the Nightingale. Bailie earned her BFA in Acting from Boston University and studied physical comedy and Commedia dell’Arte at the Academia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy.  Endless love and thanks to her families, both given and chosen.