"Earley plays off the audience with just the right touch."
-Alan Bresloff, Around The Town Chicago
Teagan Earley is a Chicago-based singer, actor, and producer, and the proud co-founder of Sisters First Productions—a hybrid production company and entertainment fund that seeks to support women and marginalized voices with cutting edge technology, to create exceptional content and bring underrepresented stories to the forefront.
Teagan has been singing since before she could talk (her wordless rendition of “The Wheels on the Bus” is, to this day, one of her greatest hits), and has studied both classical and musical theatre vocal techniques for more than ten years. Throughout her performance career, which includes theatre, concert, and opera credits, she has trained with world-class instructors such as Melissa Foster, Betsy Wolfe, Kiera Duffy, Stephen Lancaster, and Nathan Gunn. She has also been asked to sing with and for such artists as Kristin Chenoweth, Rita Moreno, Todd Rundgren, and Patti LuPone.
A skilled acting technician, she graduated cum laude with her BA in Theatre from the University of Notre Dame, where her work recently helped earn her the school’s “Alumni Award for Excellence in Theatre”. Some of her recent theatrical credits include Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Veronica Sawyer in Heathers, Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby, Lil’ Bit in How I Learned to Drive, and Wendla in Spring Awakening. Her work can also be seen in a variety of short film, web, and TV credits, including a co-star role on NBC's Chicago Fire. Her voice talent was recently featured in the iTunes Top 100 podcast drama, My Town. And in the next year, she is scheduled to make her feature film debut, in a project directed by Joel Gretsch.
When she is not telling stories, she enjoys hanging out with her sister, walking her dogs, swimming and freediving, and writing. For her full list of credits, please visit “Resume”.
“A standout performance… Earley commanded the audience’s attention. [Her] performance energized each and every one of her fellow cast members… [She] easily stole the show.”
- Alexander Daugherty , The Observer