The bio you'd print in a program

Emily Marso is a Chicago-based actor. Recent credits include Boy and the TimePieces reading of The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin (TimeLine Theatre), Wild Boar (Silk Road Rising), The Grapes of Wrath (The Gift), Men on Boats (American Theater Company), and For The Love Of (or, the roller derby play) (Pride Films and Plays). Other Chicago credits include work with Shattered Globe, Chicago Dramatists, Jackalope Theatre, and Barrel of Monkeys, with whom she’s a company member. Television credits include Chicago Fire (NBC). Film credits include Message Received and The Mortician. Emily graduated with a BA degree in Theatre, Political Science, and Chinese from Northwestern University. Upcoming credits include Vietgone (Writers Theatre), Fun Harmless Warmachine (New Colony) and Clearing (Commission Theatre). 


THE BIO that's not in the program

Emily Marso likes kittens, and tea, and lightsabers. She grew up in a town with 2,000 people, and her high school mascot was a potato (Go Spuds!). She's currently learning to play golf and violin, and though both are in their frustrating early stages, they bring her much joy. She thinks a lot about what it means to be "ethnically ambiguous." She also thinks a lot about how many Junior Mints is too many. She can tell you at least one obscure fact about every U.S. President. She's endlessly curious.
She loves what she does.