Lauren LoGiudice is a solo performer, actor, and writer. Her plays and solo work are known for their poignantly cutting analysis of loneliness and isolation in contemporary culture, and the exploration of identity in a world of labels. A Wesleyan graduate, Lauren completed the prestigious William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India studying classical dance and the T. Schreiber Conservatory in New York. Early in her career, Lauren caught the attention of The New York Times, as well as several industry greats, including Emmy Award Nominee Patricia McCorkle, who later was Lauren’s mentor to her first solo show “Queens Girl.” The show toured to worldwide acclaim and was featured in Backstage as a noteworthy acting accomplishment. “Queens Girl” was performed in numerous venues including: Stockholm Pride House, Dixon Place (Hot Festival), Marigny Theatre (New Orleans), Stage Left Studio (NY), Radar Reading Series (SF Library with Michele Tea), Climate Theater (SF) and the Someday Lounge (Portland). McCorkle says of the piece: "Lauren's story may be nontraditional, but it's her 'traditional' family's point of view that gives this show such life...a fascinating story made most memorable by the characters she brings to tell it."
Following the run of “Queens Girl,” Lauren was cast in several national commercials, feature films, and television programs, including “Bridal Party,” “All My Children,” “Flick’s Chicks” and Zappos. She was invited several times to perform her solo work and character sketches in Rome, Italy. Her latest feature film, “When Harry Tries to Marry” opened theatrically last spring. Lauren was called a “rising star” (Queens Courier) for her character. Her work has been featured by The New York Times, Backstage, BBC, Courier Sun, America Oggi, Queens Courier, and Roma C’e.

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Lauren LoGiudice - Blog

  • My Badass friend blazes his own trail
    John Folan, John Waters, Lauren LoGiudice I met Josh a few years ago at a red carpet thing  for John Waters and [...]
  • A Tale of Two Mindsets: Kauai v. Manhattan
    Every time I leave Manhattan after several days of pure New York City hustle I feel a woosh as I pop out of the Lincoln Tun [...]
  • Garbo Dreams with Michael Arenella!
  • Launch Into the Sky - Literally
    Shortly before Christmas I saw "Gravity" and marveled at how fascinatin [...]
  • Theater and social change: Theatrical response to the Jyoti/Nirbhaya Delhi Case 
  • LIVE from your living room
  • LGBT Equality from the Top
    In the tradition of this blog in showcasing kick-butt-and-take-names people who are changing the world as we know it, I'd like to introduce you to Lori Sokol, one of the nation’s most influential writers and editors covering women’s issues, politics, business, and LGBT issues. You might have seen her insightful articles in The Huffington [...]
  • Why live Streaming of Garbo Dreams? 
    On Wednesday, September 18th at 6pm we are live streaming "Garbo Dreams" from a secret location in NYC.How are we doing this? Well, a hidden camera, of course!?Yes, the most famous recluse of all time would not speak to you in public, so we put a hidden camera in her apartment. How naughty of us!  At 6pm click on this link: [...]
  • Cocktails and Garbo on Lex
  • On Writing Your First Solo Show
    Garbo Dreams isn't the first solo show I've written and performed. Before Garbo there was Queens Girl. Which was an awesomely fun show to perform. Before you read the following story know this: I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. It was hard at t [...]