Corryn Cummins, Producer & Actor
Corryn Cummins is a Chicago native Actor, Director, Producer and Photographer, now based in Los Angeles. On-stage credits include work in both cities with Steppenwolf, Lookingglass, Rogue Machine, Theatre @ Boston Court, Skylight, The Blank, The Odyssey, Padua Playwrights, Ojai Playwrights Conference, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Timeline, Famous Door, Mary-Arrchie, A Red Orchid and Sacred Fools among many others. She received an L.A. Weekly Award for her work in the West Coast Premiere of David Harrower's Blackbird (Rogue Machine), a Joseph Jefferson Award for The Hot l Baltimore (Mary-Arrchie, directed by David Cromer), and multiple Ovation Awards for The L.A. Premiere of Tracy Letts' Killer Joe (Lost Angels). She also received Ovation, L.A. Drama Critics Circle and L.A. Weekly Awards for her work as a Producer on the World Premiere of Small Engine Repair (Rogue Machine). Directing credits include the L.A. Premiere of Sunshine at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Corryn holds a B.F.A. in Acting from the School of Theatre at Illinois State University and also works in film, television and voiceover. Her work centers around a particular emphasis on brand new, world and regional premieres, as well as work that illuminates complex female characters and the voices of women.