Penelope Walker (she/her) Goodman credits include: A Christmas Carol, The Story, Crowns and Wit. Don DeLillo’s Love Lies Bleeding at Steppenwolf Theatre Company and the at The Kennedy Center; Mother Of The Maid, Into The Breeches, Curve Of Departure, Eclipsed, Gee’s Bend and Bee-luther-Hatchee at Northlight Theatre. Other credits include The House That Will Not Stand & No One As Nasty at Victory Gardens Theatre; Life Sucks & J. Nicole Brooks’ world premiere of Black Diamond: The Years the Locusts Have Eaten at Lookingglass Theatre Company; Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England at Theater Wit; Love & Information at Remy Bumppo Theatre Company; We’re Gonna Be Okay, The Project(s), Agnes of God, Doubt and The People’s Temple at American Theater Company; Will You Stand Up? at Erasing the Distance; Laura Jacqmin’s 10 Virgins and Lydia R. Diamond’s world premiere of Voyeurs de Venus at Chicago Dramatists; Omnium Gatherum at Next Theatre Company; Chris-T at MPAACT; The Clink at Rivendell Theatre and Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery at Chicago Theatre Company. Ms. Walker also created and starred in her own solo piece, How I Jack Master Funked the Sugar in My Knee Caps! She has appeared regionally with the Alliance Theatre, Arena Stage, Hartford Stage and the Alley Theatre. She’s been in national commercials and voice-overs. Film: Olympia, Dubious Ruffians, Flowers, Television: Chicago Med, Chicago Justice and Chicago Fire (NBC),

SouthSide (Comedy Central) Work In Progress & Boss (SHOWTIME), Web Series: Matching Pursuit & The Haven.

Bio as of 2022

Penelope Walker

PENELOPE WALKER Penelope has previously performed at Lookingglass in Black Diamond. She recently performed in The House That Will Not Stand at Victory Gardens Theater. Chicago credits include: No One As Nasty, and the Ignition Festival (Victory Gardens Theater); A Christmas Carol, The Story, Crowns, Matchmaker (US), and Gem Of The Ocean (US) (Goodman Theatre); Love & Information (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company); The Projects, Agnes Of God, Doubt, and People’s Temple (American Theater Company); Will You Stand Up (Erasing The Distance); Seven Homeless Mammoths Wandering New England (Theater Wit); Love Lies Bleeding (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); 10 Virgins, Voyeurs de Venus (Chicago Dramatists); Eclipsed, Gees Bend, Bee Luther Hatchee (Northlight Theatre); and The Clink (Rivendell Theatre Ensemble). She performed her own solo show, How I Jack Master Funked The Sugar in My Knee Caps, throughout 2013 and 2014. Her film, web series and TV credits include: Olympia: An Instruction Manual For How Things Work, Severed Ties, Flowers, Matching Pursuit (web series); Chicago Fire and Boss (TV).

Bio as of 2017