Ginna Doyle is an actor and musician who graduated from Yale
University in 2017. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she discovered her
love for acting by playing middle-aged Bernice in The Musical
Comedy Murders of 1940. Ginna was 14.
Since then, Ginna has performed on stages across the country, including
the Yale School of Drama, Carnegie Hall, Williamstown Theatre Festival,
and in the regional premiere of Once. She is devoted to theater as an art
that is daring and compassionate, and hopes that her acting will resonate
with audiences in a manner that promotes community and kindness.
In addition to being an actor, Ginna is a passionate musician, both as a singer and as a violinist. Through musical theater, she has gotten to use both her "mellifluous voice" (she had to look up that word after reading it in a review, and was pleased when it turned out to be a positive one), and violin playing as well. Her roots are in classical violin—she was Concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra and the National High School Honors Orchestra, and she continued playing in college as part of the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s first violin section. She is excited that the theater has been increasing roles for actor-musicians, and she looks forward to finding more ways to intersect her various passions.
In college Ginna was a double major in Theater Studies and Ethics, Politics, & Economics.
Ginna is so appreciative that you have taken a look at her website, and as a token of gratitude recommends that you watch this video: