Allison Scarlet Jaye

::Union Status::

Actors Equity Association

SAG Eligible

::Degrees::

MFA Acting, Penn State University

BA Theatre, University of Pittsburgh

::Stats::

5'10"

Athletic/Curvy

Hair: Light Brown

Eyes: Blue
 

::Location::
Los Angeles

New York City

Pittsburgh

::Download Allison's Headshot and Resume::

 

Film/Television

“A Crime To Remember”

"Life's A Bitch Then One Kills You"

"The Reunion"
“Heart of the Family” 

“Rancid Relations” 

“The Shadow of Things” 

“Influence”  

“Mothball” 

“Don”  

“Hoosier”  

Recurring Guest Star

Starring

Starring

Starring

Starring

Lead

Lead

Supporting

Lead

Supporting

TV Episodic Discovery ID, Various

MilePost 42 Films, dir. Alan Wood

Independent, dir. Katie Wallack

MilePost 42 Films, dir. Alan Wood

Independent, dir. Philipp Nesterenko

Independent, dir. Tabitha Blessum

Independent, dir. Sadeeq Ali

Independent, dir. Taylor Sabatino

Independent, dir. Jessie Butera

Independent, dir. Aaron Cook

Commercial

Hooleh Speaker Systems

CoolSculpting

Young Mom

Ice Skater

EIC Agency Inc. New York, dir. Zachary Hanh

Wild Plum Production Los Angeles, dir. Bob Rice

New York City Theatre

Sleep No More

Blood at the Root

 

Wren Cartwright, Caroline, Nurse

Toria (originating)

 

Punchdrunk New York City, London

National Black Theatre, New York City

 

International Tours

Blood at the Root

 

 

Toria 

 

 

Holden Street Theatre, Adelaide, Australia

Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Scotland

National Arts Festival, Grahamstown South Africa

South African National Tour

Regional Theatre
University Theatre

Masterclass

House & Garden           

A Musical Christmas Carol

Midsummer Night’s Dream

Julius Caesar 

Proof                        

 

 

Maria Callas u/s

Fran Briggs

Mrs Cratchit

Hippolyta

Portia

Claire

 

 

Garry Marshall Theatre, Burbank, dir. Dimitri Toscas

Pittsburgh Irish Classical Theatre, dir. Andrew Paul

Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, dir. Tim Gregory

Redlands Shakespeare Festival, dir. Steven Sabel

Redlands Shakespeare Festival, dir. Steven Sabel

Phase3Productions Pittsburgh, dir. Dek Ingram

Love's Labour’s Lost

From Up Here

Funk It Up About Nothing

In The Red and Brown Water

Tales of the Last Formicans

 

 

Holofernes

Caroline

Sheriff Dingleberry

Woman Who Reminds You

Cathy

Penn State University, dir. Ed Stern

Penn State University, dir. Rob Schneider

Penn State University, dir. Steve Broadnax

Penn State University, dir. Steve Broadnax

University of Pittsburgh, dir. CT Steele

 

Training & Workshops

TRAINING

 

Acting (Meisner, Stanislavski, Shakespeare, Chekov)

Jim Wise, Scott Freeman, James Luse, Mark Olsen, Jane Ridley

 

Writing

Dr Susan Russell, James Luse

 

Singing (musical theatre, opera, jazz, folk, blues)

Tony Richards, Mary Saunders-Barton, Dr Beverly Patton

 

Stage Combat (Basic hand-to-hand, broadsword, rapier)

Mark Olsen, Stephen Alex Coleman

 

Voice (Linklater, Lessac, Cicely Berry, Patsy Rodenburg)

Charmian Hoare,  Barry Kur, Virginia Ness Ray, Doug Mertz,

Dennis Carlo Patella

 

Movement/Dance (Mime, Mask, Dance)

Mark Olsen, Jackie Snow, Jane Ridley, Rachel Jett, Morris Johnson,

Kikora Franklin, Erica Kaufman

 

WORKSHOPS

Bill Irwin, Lanford Wilson, John Astin, David Rotenburg, Robert McKee,

Adam Rapp, Rick Sordelet, Di Trevis, Cicely Berry, Simon Bradbury,

Drew Fracher,  Lucinda Holshue, Andrew Belser

Languages/Dialects

Fluent:

English; intermediate French

 

Dialects:

Cockney, RP, Irish, French, Italian, German, Russian, Spanish, Standard American, American Southern, American Mid-Western, New York, Pittsburgh Yinzer, Beach bum,

Millenial girl

 

Special Skills

 

Advanced singer (Jazz, Standards, Blues, Folk), advanced improv skills, spoken word artist,

Yoga Alliance Registered Lila® Yoga Teacher 200+, runner, kickboxer, drives standard trans,

great with kids and animals, proud big sister of a United States Air Force officer

Awards & Honors

 

:: Presidential Scholar for the Arts Finalist ::

 

:: One-woman show, HURT PEOPLE, selected to perform at the United Solo Theatre Festival, November 2014::

 

:: Role of “Toria” written for Allison Scarlet Jaye by Edward M. Kennedy Prize Winner, Dominique Morisseau ::

 

:: Performed the role of “Toria” in “Blood at the Root” at the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in honor of

        winning the 2014 One Mic: Hip-Hop Theatre Creator Award for Best Play ::

 

:: Level 1 Actor, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Arts Recognition and Talent Search (NFAA ARTS)::

 

:: Three-time Regional Winner/National Competitor, English Speaking Union Shakespeare Monologue Competition ::

 

:: Level II winner, National Society for Arts and Letters Comedy Competition ::

 

:: Helen Manfull Award for Academic and Artistic Excellence ::