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ACTOR              DANCER             SINGER



Name: Bailey Blaise

Age: ...I'd love to hear your guess

Location: typically a 2013 black Toyota Camry affectionately known as Wanda

Background: a sassy only child from the "Best Small Town in America" who spent 13 years in catholic school, 8 years on a nationally ranked competitive cheerleading team, and 18 years in a home where Jimmy Buffett was the unofficial religion

Occupation: actor (in another life probably an archaeologist or an auditor)

Education: B.A. in Musical Theatre from the University of Alabama (and 3 credits shy of a B.S. in Political Science - damn you, Public Policy 370!!!); Master's in Business from the University of Missouri

Small Pleasures: cobblestone streets, anything written by Joan Didion, the sound of an orchestra tuning up, dive bars, summer thunderstorms, the word "tchotchke", being in the mountains, oxford commas, the moment in a movie when they say the title, peeling garlic, cursive writing, unexpectedly hearing the drum intro to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams"

Described As: "the ideal midwestern girl-next-door on the outside, with big city confidence and a serious aversion to bullsh*t on the inside"

"You're like human champagne - fun and bubbly, but surprisingly strong."

"You walk around like you’ve always been taller than all the boys.” <-- (I'm particularly proud of that one.)


Yvette in Clue
Judy Sears in Trouble in Mind
at the Utah Shakespeare Festival


in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 
at the Fulton Theatre


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"In a show about triple threats -- dancer, singer, actor --[Blaise] speaks volumes without a word. ... For overtly flirtatious Sheila, [Blaise] finessed nuances, showing us the wounded romantic beneath the rogue. Her almost-mended heart beats through curves and curls, smirks and innuendo. [Blaise's] lead in to the “At the Ballet” trio is a balanced tragic-comic knockout, letting enough light in to show why Sheila needs escape."

 -Mark Hughes Cobb, Tuscaloosa News

    (on Blaise as Sheila in A Chorus Line)



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"Bailey Blaise was giddy as Evelyn Nesbit, and she brought a splash of lightheartedness to the show in each of her scenes."


-Utah Theatre Bloggers Association

2022 Michael & Jan Finlayson Acting Award Recipient
for her work at the
Utah Shakespeare Festival
"Among the white characters, Judy Sears (played by Bailey Blaise) is the most interesting. Blaise allowed the character’s initial naivety to drop away, and it was gratifying to see Judy learn how to listen to her co-workers’ firsthand experiences with racism."
-Utah Theatre Bloggers Association


MARCH 2023 //

We have opened​ Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at The Fulton Theatre!

*click here to watch our promo video

*click here to read our review

FEBRUARY 2023 //

Dreams really are coming true with this one...

HONEY in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at The Fulton Theatre

JANUARY 2023 //

Fell in love with Lancaster, PA  & The Fulton Theatre... so let's stick around a little longer, shall we???

SANDRA (u/s) in The Play That Goes Wrong

NOVEMBER 2022 //

Blaise has been nominated for a 2022 regional BroadwayWorld award!

Best Supporting Actress in a Play for Judy Sears in Trouble in Mind at the Utah Shakespeare Festival



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