Performing Artist: Actor + Soprano
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At home both on stage and camera, Aubrey is a multi-passionate performing artist. A graduate of UCLA’s Master of Music program, her first love has always been opera. Her favorite roles performed include Nedda (I Pagliacci), Micaela (Carmen), Madame Lidione (Dialogue of the Carmelites), Isifile (Il Giasone) and Helen (Midsummer Night's Dream). She was delighted to make her equity theater debut with The Jewel Theater company as Sharon Graham, in their production of Master Class. A Los Angeles local, she performs regularly with Opera Santa Barbara, Opera San Jose, Pacific Opera Project, Center Stage Opera, and Pasadena Opera. She is thrilled to be making her Garry Marshall Theatre debut and reprising the role of Sharon Graham in Terrance McNally's MASTER CLASS this September and October. Sharing the stage with Emmy winning actress, Carolyn Hennesy as "La Divina", Maria Callas. Read more in Broadway World here
Aubrey is invited to solo with The Santa Clarita Master Chorale regularly and has performed the soprano solos in Ralph Vaughn William's Hodie, Dvorak’s Te Deum and Durufle's Requiem. As a member of the Los Angeles Chorus, she was thrilled to take part in the first ever “Score! A Concert Celebrating Music Composed for Television” singing under the baton of composers Bear McCreary, Ramin Djawadi, Trevor Morris and Mark Snow.
When she’s not singing, you can find her on screen in film and commercials. She recently played a leading role in Reco's Magic, a family short film that premiered at the California Women's Film Festival. Her latest film, Nightwalkers, in which she plays the reluctant hero Mary, debuts at The Plaza Classic Films Festival: The Good, the Bad and the Indie this August.
Finally, Aubrey's desire to create through performance and movement have converged into a passion for writing fight choreography and performing on stage and screen as a combat stunts specialist. You can see her original choreography and watch her fight in Pacific Opera Project's production of Lucia di Lamermoor September 2017.