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Even in such a strong cast, standout performances can easily be identified from Rachel Thomas as Jacky...

Alexander Daugtherty, The Observer


Rachel's experience in acting extends from theater, to voiceover, to film and commercial work. As an actress, Rachel has worked with Jeff Whiting, Joseph Mitchell Parks, and Paul Valenti at the Open Jar Institute (2017).  She has trained vocally with professional instructors including Melissa Foster, the Senior Lecture of Musical Theatre at Northwestern University and has been asked to sing with Broadway star Patti Lupone. She is passionate about producing new work and collaborating with individuals to create untold stories.  You can find more of her acting, theater, and voice over work below.



Monologue Reel 

Vocal Reel 

Shakespeare Acting Reel

Commercial/Film Reel 

"Dance By Myself" live performance from Stupid Humans 

"Different" from Stupid Humans

"Climbing Uphill" from the Last Five Years

Generations Adventure Plex Commercial 

"Coming Undone" Music video

"1 step forward, 3 steps back" cover

Nora Care Commercial (Actor and Voiceover) 

Stupid Humans "When Pigs Fly" scene and song 



Narration Voiceover Sample
00:00 / 00:57


"Maybe I Like It This Way" The Wild Party
00:00 / 03:07
Commerical Voiceover Sample
00:00 / 00:31
Evention Automated Accounting Solutions.Artist Name
00:00 / 01:35
"All Falls Down" Chaplin
00:00 / 03:01
"Stay" The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes
00:00 / 02:58


My Heart Says Go

My Heart Says Go

My Heart Says Go

 Rachel had the opportunity to workshop, choreograph, and perform in the original musical Stupid Humans (now known as My Heart Says Go) in 2018. The show was written by former Notre Dame student Jorge "Jay" Rivera-Herrans.


My Heart Says Go was workshopped at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. More about My Heart Says Go HERE



Rachel recently worked as an intimacy director and actor with Platform (a production company) on the original play Eleven Months of Nuclear Summer, written by Sophie McIntosh. The piece follows a group of five women as they try to survive after a nuclear apocalypse hits the world. It features an all female cast and a new way of looking at female dialogue and relationships. Eleven Months of Nuclear Summer was a hybrid show that performed both in person at The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at The University of Notre Dame as well as streamed live professionally. 

For more about Platform (a production company) click here!


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