Haley Ebinal is an actor, singer, dancer, and violinist based in the Midwest. Classically trained in acting and music, Haley graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay with two Bachelor degrees in theatre performance and philosophy, and a music performance minor. While there, she received the Excellence in Performance award in 2019 and two nominations for the Irene Ryans award for her performances as Marie Antoinette (The Revolutionists) and Inez (No Exit). Haley also recieved training from the Open Jar Institute in New York City, where she studied with Broadway professionals in dance, voice, and acting.
When she’s not acting, Haley enjoys writing, yoga, and helping local nonprofits expand their impact in the community. She is passionate about empathetic communication and is currently working with the Intellegere Foundation to help train nonprofits how to communicate ethically and more efficiently about their causes and activism. For more information on the Intellegere Foundation, visit: https://intellegere-foundation.org/
Haley Ebinal as Mrs. Kendal and Pinhead in Voices Found Repertory's production of "The Elephant Man". Directed by Brandon Haut.
Performs March 5-15, 2020 at the Underground Collaborative in Milwaukee, WI.
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Haley Ebinal as Meg in the world premiere of "Mars Lost" by Justin Spanbauer.
Directed by Katie Lynne Krueger.
Performs January 31-February 16, 2020 at the Lake Country Playhouse in Hartland, WI.
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Haley Ebinal as Nym/Orleans in Voices Found Repertory's production of Shakespeare's "Henry V". Directed by Alec Lachman.
Performs December 5-8 & December 13-15 in Milwaukee, WI.
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TV Spot for Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, May 2018 (KHROME)
TV Spot for Zimbrick Nissan in Madison, July 2019
Photo Credits: No Exit (Costumes: Kaoime E Malloy; Scenic Design: Jeffrey Paul Entwistle);
Bristol Rennaissance Faire (Chuck Bennorth, Allen Castillo, John Karpinski, Brian Schultz)
Photo Credit:The Revolutionists (Costumes: Kaoime E Malloy; Scenic Design: Jeffrey Paul Entwistle)