Rebekah Durham is an actor, singer, and playwright. She attended MTSU and served as Company Manager for the Hippodrome State Theatre and Harvard University’s Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue. She performed in regional theaters from Alaska to Florida and toured the Midwest with the American Family Theater. Locally, Rebekah has been seen on the stages of the Tennessee Women’s Theater Project, Nashville Repertory Theatre, Ingram New Works Festival, Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre, Actor’s Bridge Ensemble, ACT 1, Pull-Tight Players, and Playhouse Nashville. She performed as an ensemble member and a featured vocalist with The Southern Fly-By-Night Singers. She is a proud alumnus of The Writing Room at Nashville Rep and the lead curator of the Ten Minute PlayGround. Some of her favorite roles include Saralee in LONG WAY DOWN, Maddie in ULTRASOUND, Fraulein Kost in CABARET, Myra/Myrna in A BAD YEAR FOR TOMATOES, Debra in KIMBERLY AKIMBO, and Mary in THE TWELVE DATES OF CHRISTMAS.