Sophie Dahne (she/they) is proud to be from Baltimore, Maryland. Sophie first found her love for the stage as an elementary schooler in what her Jewish day school dubbed ‘The Lower School Production’ (a compilation of popular songs all with educational and religious twists). She continued her passion of growing as a performer by attending high school at George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology and spending her summers at Stagedoor Manor. At Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts, Sophie has gotten the privilege to strengthen her skills as Smeraldina in Christopher Cartmill and Enrico Picelli’s translation of Carlo Gozzi’s The Green Bird, Mary in Mauritius, Witch 2 in Macbeth, and Dromio of Syracuse in Comedy of Errors at the Globe Theater. During her training she was also able to work with Sam Giberga through the development process of his new play Holy Week as the character Ellie. Sophie is a passionate lover of animals and enthusiastically stops every dog she sees for a pet. She hopes to expand her career to new works, film/television, and would love to start a theater company one day that focuses on drama therapy for adolescents. Above all, her ultimate goal as an artist is to inspire empathy.