About


Franny Krominga

Franny Kromminga is a multi-area actor, currently in Denver! She specializes in Musical Theatre and other stage styles. She has also worked in areas of technical theatre such as Properties Design and Wardrobe Management. She is represented by Big Fish NW Talent Agency in Seattle for film and print work.

Recent Work
  • Jester Educational Theatre’s Revolutionary Revue
  • Windy City Players’ National Tour of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
  • DoRight Productions’ Pinups on Tour
  • Broadway Rose’s Mamma Mia!
  • El Grande de Coca-Cola at Lakewood Theatre
  • Nana’s Naughty Knickers at Meadow Brook Theatre in Rochester, MI.

Franny frequently works in diverse locations, usually in multiple cities and states within a year.

Currently, some of Franny’s theatre-related projects include fencing lessons and participating in The Dramatist’s Guild #EndofPlay project. While “audition season” rages on, she’s thrilled to be able to share more about upcoming work in the near future! Also coming soon: Pirates of the North Coast, her Michigan-based feature-length film debut.

Education
During her years at Adrian College, Franny was an enthusiastic performer at the gorgeous 150-year-old Croswell Opera House, also located in Adrian, MI. There, she played roles such as Florinda in Into the Woods, and Janet in The Drowsy Chaperone. She also worked there for two summers as a Properties Intern and Assistant, creating large specialty props for shows such as Big Fish and Billy Elliott.

Since leaving Adrian, Franny spent a season with Meadow Brook Theatre as their Acting and Box Office Apprentice for the 2016-17 season. There, she understudied all the female mainstage roles, even gaining her first understudy/swing credit during IrvingBerlin’sILoveAPiano, while simultaneously working as a wardrobe technician for the show. The exception to her understudying routine was Mom’sGift, in which she played the role of Brittney, daughter to Cindy Williams as the titular Mom, as well as in Meadow Brook’s celebrated decades-long production of A Christmas Carol. Since then, she has been delighted to have been asked back for a myriad of performance and technical contracts, including their upcoming Nana Does Vegas in January 2021.

This Year
As of 2019, Franny is taking a hiatus from technical theatre in order to better focus on performance, but her technical resume is available on the Resume page.


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