Carol Monda has been seen on various stages including
Manhattan Theatre Club, Perry Street Theatre, Arena Stage, HB Studio, The
Shakespeare Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Ensemble
Studio Theatre, The Charles Playhouse, Ford’s Theatre, and Classic Stage
Company, where she voiced the premiere of American Opera Project’s Darkling and toured with the production in Poland and Germany.
Stage roles include the Snow Queen at the Kennedy Center, “Celimene”
in Roundhouse Theatre’s The Misanthrope, “Limer” in Morticians in
Love (Helen Hayes Award nomination), and “Hillary” in Albee Damned (Best Actress, SpotlightOn Award).
Carol is a member of Emerging Artists Theatre Company and an
alumna of Washington Shakespeare Company and Everyman Theatre Company.
Her film credits include Out of Season, The
Gentleman, Thou Shalt Not Mysogenate, and After You Left.
Carol is also a voice-over artist, documentary narrator, and two-time Audie
She has read for Recorded Books, Harper Audio, Audible,
Hachette Book Group, Books on Tape, listentogenius.com, Clipper Audio, Academic
Merit, Edge Studio, HighBridge, EBookExtreme, and Redwood Audio.
Carol received her training at The American Academy of
Dramatic Arts in New York City, Boston University Theatre Institute, and
Catholic University in Washington, D.C., where she earned her BFA in Acting. She’s
is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.