Suli Holum in Dance Nation. Photo by Johanna Austin.

Suli Holum

ON STAGE NOW: Suli is a performer in our current production, Minor Character, on stage Oct. 5-Oct. 24, streaming Oct. 25-Nov. 7.

READ MORE: From Mare of Easttown to Minor Character, an interview with Suli

Suli Holum is a theatre artist whose work has been supported by the Orchard Project, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Playwrights Horizons, New Dramatists, the Playwright’s Center, The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep, and HERE, and presented by FringeArts, The Public Theatre/UTR, La Jolla Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, Z Space and The Gate (London). As a member of the Wilma Hothouse she has appeared in Romeo and Juliet and Dance Nation. Other acting projects include Sweat at Philadelphia Theatre Company, On the Exhale at Theatre Exile, The Few at Theatre Horizon, and Cabaret at the Arden, and an appearance on HBO’s Mare of Easttown, as well as multiple projects with  film directors Tatyana Yassukovich (Taffy Films) and Joy Marzec (Joy Marzec Films). As a writer and director, she is a long time collaborator with choreographer Nichole Canuso (Nichole Canuso Dance Company), and has developed commissions for the National Constitution Center and the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. A founding member of Pig Iron Theatre Company, she went on to co-found Stein | Holum Projects with Deborah Stein where she co-created and performed Drama Desk-nominated Chimera, and The Wholehearted. She recently launched Suli Holum/The Work, a Philadelphia-based incubator for live performance. A recipient of a Drama Desk Award, a TCG/Fox Resident Actor Fellowship, a Barrymore Award, an Independence Fellowship, and a NEFA Touring Grant, she is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at Goddard College where she was the recipient of the 2020 Engaged Artist Award.