Caroline Price is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Cornell College where she serves as the head of Acting. Her favorite roles included Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), As You Like It (Rosalind), Hamlet (Gertrude), Eurydice (Eurydice), Stage Beauty (Nell Gwynn), Translations (Sarah), Almost Maine (Rhonda/Glory), Top Girls (Isabella/Nell), and Priscilla Dreams the Answer (Priscilla).
She has studied with Playwrights Theatre of New York, School for Film and Television, American Globe Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Stratford Company, and The Moscow Art Theatre. Caroline received her MFA in Acting from Wayne State University in 2009 with the Hilberry Repertory Company. She is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Caroline will be teaching Voice and Movement, Basic Acting, and Actors Studio. She will also be directing Cornell’s production of Greek by Steven Berkoff.