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Sydney Weiser

Actor/Director

About




Sydney Weiser (she/her) is an NYC based actor and director. A queer, Jewish theatre-maker, Sydney is passionate about art that embraces individuality and promotes healthy relationships with our bodies. Originally from Connecticut, Sydney recently graduated with her BFA in musical theatre and BA in directing from Marymount Manhattan College.

When not performing, Sydney enjoys experimenting with new recipes, working with kids, and following her curiosity-- sometimes to classes on linguistics, sometimes to a Rubik's Cube tutorial.
 

Fun Facts

  • I had the honor of being Marymount Manhattan College's 2021 Valedictorian.

  • I DJ'd my sister's wedding. My DJ alter ego was 'DJ Kittyliterz.'

  • I have a wooden duck named Mallard in my bedroom.

  • I have donated my hair three times, and there was a year or two when a section of my hair was pink.

  • In my first grade Hero Show, I played Ethel Merman.

  • Until I was twelve and played Annie, I had a pathological fear of dogs-- I'm still definitely more of a cat person.

  • I was vegetarian for eight years.

 

Headshots

 
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Videos

 

Production Photos

Acting

Directing

 

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Reviews

 "Weiser...provides a range of emotions from enthusiasm to heartbreak to determination. She backs up her emotional expertise with a physicality that says “squirrel” while still adding dimension to her interpretation."
- Bridgette M. Redman, OnStage Blog

"Tremendously fun and athletic is Sydney Weiser as Sandy Cheeks, the Texan scientist squirrel, whose indefatigability shows in her spontaneous karate chops and round house kicks."
-Marin Heinritz, REVUE Magazine

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 sydney.weiser.1@gmail.com  |  Tel: 860-906-7339

 "Sydney Weiser is a terrific Columbia, full of frenetic energy and a surprising depth of emotion with her groupie’s heartbreak."
-Marin Heinritz, REVUE Magazine