Hollace Starr

Hollace Starr (Producer/Voice & Movement Coach) is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Pepperdine University. Hollace’s directing credits include Three Views Of The Same Object and There’s No There There at Rogue Machine Theatre; Best Wishes at Crown City Theatre; and the Annual One-Act Theatre Festival at Antelope Valley College. 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 Actor’s 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. She is a founding member of Rogue Machine Theatre Company and on the board of Trade City Productions.Hollace received her MFA in acting from UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television and is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio.