Heather Anderson Boll

  • Certification Level: Associate
  • Geographic Location: BELGIUM, Antwerp (Naedts)
  • Languages: Danish, English
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Associate Teacher (2012)

Assistant Professor of Theater (Acting and Voice)
Oberlin College
Oberlin, OH


Heather Anderson Boll has taught at Oberlin College since 2008. She studied Acting with Evan Yionoulis, Shakespeare with Peter Francis James and David Chambers, and Fitzmaurice Voicework with Walton Wilson, Grace Zandarski, and Pamela Prather. At Yale she played original roles by Marcus Gardley, Tim Acito, Kathryn Walat, Jamie O’Brien, and Sean Cunningham, and Shakespeare’s Cleopatra, Desdemona, Cornelia, Gloucester, and Titania. While living in NY (1998-2008) Heather performed at Manhattan Theatre Club (performing u/s Between Us, dir. Chris Ashley), Performance Space 122 (A Kingdom, Country, Wasteland… dir. Yana Ross), La MaMa ETC (Harvest, dir. Benjamin Mosse), Manhattan Class Company (Fresh Play Festival, dir. Jackson Gay), and The Drilling Company (IT Theatre Award Nom, Best Actress - Medea Unharnessed, dir. Kara-Lynn Vaeni). Regionally, Heather has appeared at The Huntington Theatre Company (Naomi Iizuka’s 36 Views, dir. Evan Yionoulis), Humana Festival of New American Plays 2007 (Naomi Iizuka’s Strike-Slip, world premiere dir. Chay Yew), Columbia University (Miss Julie, dir. Will MacAdams), and The Cleveland Play House (Bill W. and Dr. Bob, dir. Seth Gordon). In the Cleveland area, Heather has performed at Dobama Theatre (Grizzly Mama, by George Brant / dir. Laura Kepley; Colder Than Here, dir. Joel Hammer); Cleveland Public Theatre (world premieres My Barking Dog, by Eric Coble; The Aperture, by Sean Christopher Lewis); and as Clytemnestra in the acclaimed 2012 production of Iphigenia 2.0, dir. Matthew Wright, co-produced at CPT with Oberlin College. Heather also teaches MFA Master Classes in Voice for The Cleveland Play House / Case Western Reserve University MFA company.

MFA Yale School of Drama; BA Hiram College.

Languages: English