Lauren Freman

Lauren Freman made her acting debut as the title character in the 2019 Gregory Award-winning musical, The Devil and Sarah Blackwater (Annex Theatre)– for which she also wrote the music and lyrics. She then joined the shadowy cabal of spooky-ookies in Amy Escobar’s puppetry-infused gothic horror story, We Go Mad (18th and Union). When 2020 darkened theaters around the world, Lauren pivoted to radio drama, contributing voice-over work and a few short horror scripts to The Ugly Radio, a sci-fi podcast produced by Andrew Shanks.

You may also be familiar with Lauren Freman’s work as a musician: Holding a BA in Violin Performance from Mills College, Freman has been composing and performing music for a number of years. Her score for Mechanics of Love (SIS Productions) was nominated for a Gypsy Rose Lee award for Excellence in Local Composing. A recipient of an Allied Arts’ ListenUP! Music by Women grant, she frequently performs as a solo singer-songwriter under the moniker Freman. An instrumental jack-of-all-trades, Lauren has performance experience on at least seven instruments (and a few found objects). Her newest acquisition is the accordion, on which she composed and performed an original 10-minute musical called The Selkie and the Siren (co-written with playwright Anthea Carns), and in the 14/48 band in January 2020.

Catch Freman next in the role of troubled younger sister Tessa, in Pony World Theatre’s production of What We Were!

Learn more at http://freman.band!

Personal features
  • Job Title: Actor // Songwriter // Multi-instrumentalist
  • Weight: n/a
  • Height: 5'5"
  • Hair: Brown
  • Eyes: Hazel
  • Vocal Range: Mezzo-belter
  • Gender Identity: Non-Binary
  • Pronouns: They/Them, She/Her
  • Industry: Theatre
  • Main Profession: Actor
  • Age Range: -
  • Race or Ethnicity: Black/African American,Hispanic or Latinx,White
  • Union Affiliation:
  • Side professions: Composer Musician Singer/Vocalist
Skills
  • violin
  • viola
  • mandolin
  • banjo
  • accordion
  • piano
  • live foley effects
  • beginning Qlab
  • beginning ProTools
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