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Bri Sudia

he local actress is so in demand that she competes against herself: At the 2017 Jeff Awards, she was nominated twice for best at the Goodman and at the Paramount). Sudia is trained in classical theater, but she performs in plenty of contemporary productions. Catch her in the latter when she stars as a Norwegian diplomat in TimeLine Theatre Company’s , running September 10 to October 20 at the Broadway Playhouse.

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