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Bailie de Lacy was born in Peachtree City, Georgia, but hails from a small farming town in New Hampshire called Hollis. She grew up listening to Earth Wind and Fire in a place where cattle cross the road first and only one stoplight can be seen for miles. Although Bailie loved the small New England town life, she is grateful that she found her salvation with the theatre and not the cattle.
Good actors I've worked with all started out making faces in the mirror, and you keep making faces all your life.
Bailie was recently seen in New York playing Rosannah in Brilliant Traces at the Playroom Theater and Sonya in a new adaptation of Uncle Vanya. Boston credits include Lucille in Parade, Lydia in Big Love, Sinadab in the U.S. premiere of Zobeide, Francis/Bardolph/John of Lancaster in Henry IV Part I, Eve in The Serpent and Philomele in The Love of the Nightingale. Bailie earned her BFA in Acting from Boston University and studied physical comedy and Commedia dell’arte at the Academia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. Bailie is beyond excited to be reunited with the beautiful city of Boston and is thrilled to be making her debut with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company this summer.
Bailie will be seen this summer playing Lady Macduff and Gentlewoman in Macbeth with Commonwealth Shakespeare Company.