Halie Ecker

 

 

Halie Ecker was seen on stage at Trap Door Theatre in the production of The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls, as Katya, directed by Nicole Wiesner and as Monica in the American premiere of No Matter How Hard We Try, directed by Max Truax.

Last year (2015) Halie was also seen as Bee-Bee in Level 11′s production of Suburbia. Past Chicago credits include Caylee (US) in Look We Are Breathing (Rivendell Theatre), RC in BUG (Amazing Sammo Productions), and Joelle in The Great God Pan, directed by Kimbery Senior (Next Theatre).

She received her B.F.A. in Performance and minor in Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi, while being a starter all four years on the Division I Women’s Volleyball team, finishing her senior year as Team Captain and joining the “1,000 kills club”.

She attended the School at Steppenwolf in the summer of 2013, and was a teacher-assistant for the Monologues course for the School at Steppenwolf 2014.

Halie is a proud company member with Trap Door.

 

 Halie Ecker is sultry, smart and striking as Katya, The Mistress.

Chicago Stage  ReviewThe Fairytale Lives of  Russian Girls

No Matter How Hard We Try

        Halie Ecker - Trap Door Theatre


Congratulations Jeff Awards Nominees 2017: Rachel Sypniewski,
Victor Quezada-Perez
and "ARTURO UI Ensemble"
 

Trap Door welcomes
Associate Ensemble members:

Adam Huizenga
Sami Ismat
David Kaplinsky
Vic Kuligoski
Eddie Lynch
Josh Pennington
Christopher Prchal
Alex Stien
Alexander Trice
Nora Lise Ulrey
Kristin Davis*
(*Resident Stage Manager)

 

Congratulations to our amazing Danny Rockett for recent Joseph Jefferson Award - Original Music in a Play for "How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients"
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