Angela Brazil (Director of the M.F.A. Programs in Acting and Directing, Speech) has been a member of Trinity Rep’s Resident Acting Company since 2000. Favorite roles include Sugar in tiny beautiful things, Scout Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird; Heidi Holland, The Heidi Chronicles; Elizabeth Proctor, The Crucible; Emilia, Othello; Mathilde, The Clean House; Emilia, Othello; Edward/ Victoria, Cloud Nine; Hildy Johnson, His Girl Friday; Julia, A Delicate Balance; Blues for Mister Charlie; Appropriate; House and Garden; Intimate Apparel; and the title role in Veronica Meadows. Providence directing credits include Trinity Rep (A Christmas Carol, co-directed with Stephen Thorne) and The Wilbury Group (Dance Nation). She has been a member of the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble since 2006, where she played Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire and Olivia in Twelfth Night. Other theaters include Dallas Theater Center, Berkeley Rep, and The Long Wharf Theatre. She has an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa, and has been recognized as one of its notable alumni. She is currently on the faculty at Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English, where she teaches a course on using theater in the classroom, and has also taught at Clark University, URI, and The ArtsLiteracy Project. She works in area public and private schools as a teaching artist, and has narrated numerous audiobooks.