Becca Brazel is an actor from Chicago, IL. She graduated from St. Ambrose University with degrees in Theatre and Business Management.
During her time at St. Ambrose, Becca received two Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship nominations. The first was for the role of Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest. During this performance, she also had the pleasure of acting alongside Broadway director, Philip Wm. McKinley (The Boy From Oz, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark), who played Lady Bracknell. When she attended KCACTF Region 5, she also acted in a 10 minute scene directed by one of her peers, Robert Poston. The scene went on to compete in the finals where the actors got to perform in the Dowling Studio Theater at the Guthrie. The second nomination was for the role of Thea Elvsted in Hedda Gabler. When she attended the KCACTF acting competition that year, she advanced to the semi-final round.
Becca has had the opportunity to be apart of the inaugural season of Mississippi Bend Players (MBP) where she has spent her past few summers. She most recently has had the pleasure of working with Chicago Kids Company.
When she is not on stage, Becca works as a box office associate and a bartender at Beverly Arts Center!