Lily Narbonne is an actor and singer based in New York City, originally from rural Massachusetts. She attended the Boston University School of Theatre, and fiercely earned her BFA in Acting. She was awarded the Sir Rex Harrison Scholarship for Emulation of Craftsmanship for her work on Hermione in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale and Mrs. Shinn in Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechwan. She did a Classical Acting Semester at LAMDA, where she fell in love with playwright Jez Butterworth after seeing Mark Rylance in Jerusalem. After doing many experimental styles of theatre in New York, she wanted to return to her craft within traditional theatre. It was always on Lily’s bucket list to live in San Francisco, so she furthered her training in the MFA Program at the American Conservatory Theater. Her current work is on film with Bad Guru, @badguruproductions upon request, and as the lead in Whipped, by Hank H. Kim at Theatre for the New City in September.