Victoria Bond graduated from Emerson College with a BA in performing arts and a minor in women's studies. She spent the next decade in New York City working in all aspects of theatre, from intimate off-off broadway houses to broadway. As a performer she was involved with several new plays that were in development, including The Session, in which she costarred alongside Dominic Chianese. She had the pleasure of performing at several NYC venues, including: The Courtyard Playhouse; The Grove Street Playhouse; The Looking Glass Theatre; The Belmont Italian American Playhouse; The Gene Frankel Theatre; and The Connelly Theatre, to name a few. When she left NYC in 2002, she was working in management for The Roundabout Theatre Company on Broadway. After moving back to Massachusetts, she and her husband Adam welcomed a daughter, and a few years later, Victoria decided to return to the theatre. Local audiences have enjoyed her performances with Namesake River Productions as Maggie in Jake's Women, Edith in The Women, and Claire Ganz in Rumors. She is a co-founder and director of Rogue Theatre Company, which began producing plays in 2009. With Rogue, she delighted audiences as Dolly Biddle in The Kitchen Witches, Mrs. Beck in the U.S. Premiere of Twist, Shirley in Shirley Valentine, Sister Walburga in The Divine Sister, and Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit. While working with Rogue, she also co-created, wrote, and performed in Fun-de-Mental, a Journey through Magic and Mentalism, The Bonds of Marriage(a magical love story), and Wicked Politics, a sketch comedy and musical revue lampooning the 2016 elections. Victoria has continued her love of working on new plays with All Stories Theatre in Mansfield, where she has acted in several new plays by Beth Danesco, including The Van Meder Trust, which was part of the NYC Fringe Festival in 2014. She was also recently seen as Martha Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace at the Priscilla Beach Theatre. In 2018, Victoria began working with True Rep Theatre Company in Kingston, and has recently been seen as Susannah in Bedroom Farce, Ruth in Blithe Spirit, and Jennifer Collins in Amateurs. This season, with True Rep, she will appear as Renee in Thinner Than Water in April, and Dotty Otely/Mrs. Clacket in Noises Off in June. If you would like more information about the True Rep 2019-2020 season, please check us out at www.truereptheatre.com.