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Sophie is a Brooklyn based artist and playwright who grew up in Seattle, Washington. She is a recent graduate of Drama at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Studied primarily in the Playwrights Horizons Studio and in the Stonestreet Studio.

Sophie focuses her work on riveting developmental theatre alongside playwrights: Holly Arsenault, Keiko Green, Jan Rosenberg, and -- most recently-- Kevin Brewer. Sophie, along with the cast of Erica Schmidt's Mac Beth (Seattle Repertory Theatre, Red Bull Theatre, Hunter Theatre Project) was nominated for best revival of a play at the 2020 Lucille Lortel Awards and the 2020 Drama Desk Awards. 

Sophie-- along with many Seattlites-- loves a cup of dark roast coffee, camping in the Pacific Northwest, and her civic responsibility! 

Video Gallery!

Below are a few self tapes, as well as a Shakespeare monologue!

Current Projects

Sophie can be seen in the upcoming season of Pretty Little Liars: Summer School (MAX) as well as How To Not Get Rid of a Body (ID Discovery). 

Sophie has had the pleasure collaborating with Charles Goforth on The Lovely Dark Series. This series will include a selection of 10 audio plays, each  bringing their own twisted story and crew of characters, to be released weekly. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your podcasts today!

Throughout the pandemic Sophie has been fortunate enough to help develop multiple new plays through various new works programs. Most recently Sophie has helped launch Erica Schmidt's new adaptation/ direction of Shakespeare's HAMLET. Part of Seattle Repertory Theatre's brand new Plays in Process initiative.

Sophie has worked with Seattle Repertory Theatre's The Other Season Program on local Seattle playwright Holly Arsenault's new work Court as well as Jan Rosenberg's new play, GUSHER.  She also worked with ACT Theatre's development of Holly Arsenault's Untitled Christmas Play.


Bio/Resume/Reel: What's New

THE LOVELY DARK: The Audio Play Series
coming winter 2022-2023


Throughout 2022 Sophie has had the pleasure collaborating with Charles Goforth and Broadway Podcast Network on The Lovely Dark Series. This series will include a selection of 10 audio plays, each  bringing their own twisted story and crew of characters, to be released weekly. 

Sophie will be featured in two of the episodes, set to begin dropping in January of the new year. 

Customer Service by Lia Romeo.

We Came All This Way by Jan Rosenberg. 

Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Broadway Podcast Network, or wherever you listen to your podcasts today!

Workshops during Quarantine...

In the past year....

Reviews of Mac Beth at Hunter Theatre Project adapted and directed by Erica Schmidt


"The all-female cast of “Mac Beth” makes a glorious physical and aural mulch of the stage...their adolescent stomps and bangs and splashes often qualify as laugh lines, fully earned...people sitting in the front row get thrillingly splattered as Macbeth’s witches boil and bubble." -The New Yorker

"The witches here engineer the proceedings, as teenage volatility says off with a head. These girls are beyond creepy, as their dark powers lead to dancing, flinging themselves about...This cast is really excellent, especially Ismenia Mendes and Sophie Kelly-Hedrick whose quirky voice is mesmerizing" -Times Square Chronicles

Reviews of Mac Beth @ Seattle Repertory Theatre adapted/directed by Erica Schmidt

JUNE 2018

"The three witches played by Sophie Kelly-Hedrick, Laakan McHardy, and Analiese Mereson Guettinger are harbingers of good things to come in the theater world. They displayed precise comedic timing, fierce energy, and decadent mischievousness. " -Broadway World 

"The “Double, double, toil and trouble” trio of witches are portrayed by Sophie Kelly-Hedrick (Witch 1), Laakan McHardy (Witch 2), and Analiese Emerson Guettinger (Witch 3), and they are irresistible....With delightful comedic timing...My favorite witch moment? When they stir up a brew of vile ingredients. Don’t invite these three to your potluck." -Queen Anne and Magnolia News


Please see her play * is    a l o n e   but i am not below!

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