Samantha Richert

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

Samantha Richert makes her Boston Center for American Performance debut and returns to New Repertory Theatre after designing fight choreography for Scenes from an Adultery. Boston credits include Hold These Truths, City of Angels, and Becky’s New Car (Lyric Stage Company); Elemeno Pea (Boston Playwrights’ Theatre); The Tempest (Actors’ Shakespeare Project); Lucky Stiff (Greater Boston Stage Company); Ryan Landry’s ‘M’ (Huntington Theatre Company); Jesus Christ It’s Christmas!, and Snow White and the Seven Bottoms (Gold Dust Orphans); and The How and the Why (Nora Theatre). Samantha is an adjunct faculty member in the Northeastern University Theatre Department, and has taught acting and stage combat workshops for Greater Boston Stage’s Young Company, Wheelock Family Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Newton North and South High Schools, and Canton High School. She has also choreographed fights for Greater Boston Stage Company, Fresh Ink Theatre, and The Hub Theatre Company. Samantha received her MFA from Brandeis University.

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