THEATRE ARTIST

OLIVIA HALLER

 
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About Me

Olivia Haller is a DC-based playwright, actor, dramaturg, and producer. She was the National New Play Network (NNPN) Producer in Residence at Woolly Mammoth during their 16-17 season, and currently serves as a company member with Convergence Theatre. Her play THIS IS ALL JUST TEMPORARY received its world premiere as a part of the 2018 Women's Voices Theater Festival in DC. Her short plays have also been seen at Theater Alliance, Keegan Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, and Nu Sass Productions. Education: BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University.

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Playwright

This Is All Just Temporary
Convergence Theatre
Full-length

I Don't Know What's Weird
Keegan Theatre
Ten-minute

Be A-Freyad
Rorschach Theatre
Ten-minute

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Nu Sass Productions
Ten-minute

Submarine
Fraud and Phony
Ten-minute

Pygmalia
Boston University
Full-length

 

Dramaturg

Gloria
by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Woolly Mammoth     
Dir. Kip Fagan

Hir
by Taylor Mac
Woolly Mammoth
Dir. Shana Cooper

A New Nation
Dir. Natalia Gleason-Nagy &
Elena Velasco
Convergence Theatre

Bhavi the Avenger
by Tearrance Chisholm
Convergence Theatre      
Dir. Elena Velasco

 

Actor

Enron
Lawyer/Ensemble
4615 Theatre Company
Dir. Jordan Friend

A Christmas Carol
Mrs. Cratchit/Ensemble
Annapolis Shakespeare Co.
Dir. Donald Hicken

The 39 Steps
Annabella/Pamela/Margaret
Sandy Spring Theatre Group
Dir. Karen Petersen

She Eats Apples
Ashley
Breaking Barriers
Dir. Danny Park & Lauren Thomas

The Seagull
Arkadina
The Wheel Theatre Co.
Dir. Jack Read

Menstruation: A Period Piece
Mel/Follicle Four
Woolly Mammoth
Staged Reading

At What Cost?
Performer/Deviser
Convergence Theatre
Dir. Elena Velasco

It's What We Do
Sarah (Solder 1)
Capital Fringe Festival
Dir. Pamela Nice

 

 

Education

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA)
Certificate (Study Abroad)
2013

Boston University
BFA Theatre Arts
2014

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In The Press

Haller’s script is thoughtful, compassionate and apparently deeply informed...
— Celia Wren, The Washington Post ("This Is All Just Temporary")
This Is All Just Temporary deftly highlights the strength of the feelings of both love and guilt a family can elicit in us...
— John Bavoso, DC Theatre Scene ("This Is All Just Temporary")
Arkadina (Olivia Haller) was a fascinating combination of hard, critical, and intolerable, which melted into some of the most moving passages of the show...
— Em Skow, DC Metro Theatre Arts ("The Seagull")

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