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Emily Neves

EMILY NEVES is thrilled to return to the Alley Theatre, having previously appeared in nearly 30 plays during her seven seasons as a member of the resident acting company. Favorites include: A Behanding in Spokane (Marilyn), Boeing- Boeing (Gloria), A Few Good Men (Lt. Cmdr. Joanne Galloway), and Clybourne Park (Betsey/Lindsay), to name a few. Emily recently appeared as Phoebe in the world premiere of Georgette Kelly's I Carry Your Heart at the Hangar Theatre, as part of the Hope and Optimism initiative. Stages Repertory: Marie Antoinette (Marie), Stupid F*cking Bird (Nina), Miss Teen (Margaret), and Who Am I this Time (Katherine/Helene/ Paula). Classical Theatre Company: The Importance of Being Ernest (Cecily Cardew). Film: Dropa (Kate), The Kid 2015 (Woman), and Apart (Young Julie Gates). Emily is a renowned ADR voice actor, director, and script writer for Sentai Filmworks and Funimation Studios, having appeared in, directed, or written more than 100 titles. Her short play, Pretty Little White Girls, was featured as part of Mildred's Umbrella's Museum of Dysfunction VIII. Emily is also a teaching artist for the Alley's Education and Community Engagement department in the Staging STEM program.