Charlotte Bydwell

Charlotte Bydwell is a graduate of the Juilliard School's Dance Division and the Old Globe/University of San Diego MFA Acting Program. She has danced for Monica Bill Barnes and Keigwin + Co., as well as acted in numerous productions by acclaimed directors such as Richard Nelson, Scott Ellis, David Hyde Pierceand Barry Edelstein. She starred in the indie feature film, “Life of Significant Soil”, and was seen on television in "Elementary" (opposite Lucy Liu) and "The Good Fight" (opposite DelRoy Lindo). Her solo show, "Woman of Leisure and Panic", premiered in the eighth-annual soloNOVA Arts Festival (New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination) and was subsequently presented in the New York International Fringe Festival, at Anita's Way in Times Square and at the First Person Arts Festival in Philadelphia. More info: www.charlottebydwell.com