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Hollace Starr is an associate professor of theatre at Pepperdine University, where she teaches, coaches voice and dialects, and directs. Recently, Hollace directed the West Coast Premiere of Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes In London at Rogue Machine Theatre, where she is a founding member. Other directing credits include Falling, Circle Mirror Transformation, and Eurydice at Pepperdine, and Three Views Of The Same Object at Rogue Machine Theatre.
Hollace has provided voice and dialect coaching for numerous Pepperdine theatre productions, including South Pacific, Heritage, Medea, and The Interference. Hollace’s acting credits include Yard Sale Signs and Milkmilklemonade at Rogue Machine, A Chicago Christmas Carol at Crown City Theatre, Small Tragedy at the Odyssey for which Hollace received an Ovation Award nomination, Vieux Carre at the Ivy Substation, Window Of Opportunity at the Met, and productions at The Fountain Theatre, The Actors’ Gang, and more.Hollace performed her one-woman show My Dad Came Dressed As Marilyn Monroe at Highways Performance Space and at the Hysteria Festival in Toronto, Canada.
Hollace is a founding member of Rogue Machine Theatre Company and on the board of Trade City Productions, which operates Los Angeles’ very first mobile theatre truck. Hollace received her MFA in acting from UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television. She is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio.