“Yerma”, Williams Theatre Department @ Williams College ’62 Center (Nov 11-14)


Casey is sharing the title role of Yerma and looks forward to presenting this play to a live audience in November.

“Yerma, a body of tragedy that I have dressed in modern clothes, is above all the image of fertility, punished by sterility. A soul in which destiny was primed, to point her out as a victim of the infertile. I have wanted to make, I have made, through the dead line of the infertile, the living poem of fertility. And it is from there, from the contrast of the sterile and the vivifying, from which I extract the tragic profile of the work.” Federico García Lorca interview for Luz, Madrid, Spain. August 3, 1934 (The Guardian)


Williams Theatre Department/Williamstown Theatre Festival (July 5 – August 15)

Casey was honored to be selected by Williams College faculty and theatre professionals for this unique opportunity.

“The Jungle Book”, Weston Drama Workshop @ Regis College (July 14th – 31st)

Casey loved immersing herself in the challenging role of Shere Khan in Craig Higginson’s powerful and new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book”, directed by Stephanie Manning.

“Today and Tomorrow”, Williams College Theatre Department (May – June 6th)

During Spring semester, Casey and fellow Williams College students collaborated with the Theatre Department faculty to create a theatrical time capsule drawing from theatre, dance, poetry, the visual arts, and music. The digital performance and artifact was available through June 6th and now resides at the Williams Archives and emerge again in 2041.

“Edges”, Cap & Bells (May 14 -15)

The Williams College student theatre organization presented Edges, a coming-of-age song-cycle written by Pasek and Paul during their sophomore year in college. The heartfelt and humorous songs explore identity, love, and adulthood, and what it feels like to be teetering on the edges of our lives. Casey is a soprano soloist in the performance.

“Rooms”, Williams College Dance Department (April 10)

CoDa, an audition-based contemporary dance ensemble, reconstructs a suite of dances from Anna Sokolow’s Rooms (1955), conceived specifically for virtual presentation. This controversial and groundbreaking work resonates with uncanny power today, at a time when people everywhere are living quarantined in their homes.

Williams College, Theatre 101 presents Work in Collaboration (November 2020)

“Radio Dramas”, Williams College Theatre Department (November 2020)

The Sleepover on Netflix (August 2020)

Check out The Sleepover on Netflix. It is always gratifying to work on projects that support New England’s film community. Casey had a fun background role and enjoyed seeing many familiar faces both on and off camera.

Weston Drama Workshop (Summer 2020)

Although the summer theatre season was cancelled, Casey experienced the strong connection, resiliency, and vibrant community of Weston Drama Workshop through participating in the Broadway Masters Series and singing a solo in the organization’s Virtual Cabaret fundraiser.

Peter and the Starcatcher, LSB Players (April 2020)

Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, Peter and the Starcatcher at the Rogers Black Box Theatre was cancelled. Directed by Carly Evans, this prequel to Peter Pan provides a clever backstory for the characters. Casey was thrilled to be cast as Molly Aster (the Starcatcher/young Mrs. Darling) and enjoyed all the rehearsal time leading up to what would have been opening night.

The Other Room, LSB Players (February 2020)

Casey thoroughly enjoyed her role as Lily in The Other Room by Ariadne Blayde. Directed by Marisa Singh, the play was part of the Winter One Acts line-up and also had an encore performance at a professional development day for teachers in Sudbury. By turns funny and heartbreaking, The Other Room is a compelling and sensitive glimpse into the world of a 16 year-old with autism.

The 21st Season Company Tour – Broadway Lights! completed their Holiday shows performing at various venues in Massachusetts. Casey is a featured soloist and is the longest running cast member.

BroadwayWorld 2019 Regional Awards

Casey is both honored and humbled to be nominated for “Best Actress in a Musical” for her role as Ariel in Open Door Theater’s production of “The Little Mermaid”, also nominated for “Best Musical”.

Be More Chill, LSB Players (November 2019)

Casey had so much fun playing Christine Canigula in her high school’s fall musical, Be More Chill, directed by Carly Evans. Congratulations to the entire cast and creative team for putting on a phenomenal show.

Good Kids by Naomi Iizuka (November 2019)

As a trained Peer Mediator and Mentor in Violence Prevention (MVP), Casey was thrilled to be cast in the role of Amber in the dramatic work, Good Kids. Directed by Carly Evans, LSB Players performed a series of staged readings to bring awareness to sexual assault along with the attitudes and misconceptions that create a climate where it is prevalent across high schools and college campuses.

Stephen Brackett visits LSB Players

Casey was excited to meet Stephen Brackett, director of the Off-Broadway and Broadway productions of BE MORE CHILL. An LSRHS alum, Stephen spent the afternoon with the LSB Players, watched some scenes and musical numbers, and shared his personal experiences both during and after high school.

Stephen King’s Castle Rock returned to Hulu on October 23rd for Season 2. Thanks to CP Casting for casting Casey in a principal role.

Real Estate Promotional Video for Berkshire Hathaway with Luxe Life Productions (September 2019)

The Wolves, Weston Drama Workshop (July 2019)

“The scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence emanates from every scene of this uncannily assured first play by Sarah DeLappe” – The New York Times

Casey Monteiro as #13. Photo credit: ASA Photographic

Collage XXV (June 2019)

On June 7th and 8th, the LSB Players presented one-acts, scenes, as well as original works. Casey made her directorial debut as well as acted in two, original plays.

The Little Mermaid, Open Door Theater (March-April 2019)

Casey had an amazing time playing the Disney princess, Ariel, in The Little Mermaid, directed by Brian Kelly. Open Door is known for making theater accessible on both sides of the curtain. In addition to 3 ASL shows, Open Door offered a sensory friendly performance and an audio described show.

The Insanity of Mary Girard, LSB Players (February 2019)

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