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Bibigo VO

April 1, 2024

Rebecca Ho's very first VO commercial was released as part of the Bibigo Logo Transition Campaign. She couldn't be more thrilled that her first VO job is about dumplings!

The Fantastical Fellowship:
Final Quest for the Crisi Crystal XXVII

Jan 25- Feb 9, 2024

Rebecca Ho will play Chuff, Cheem, Kemfie, Cat Shigh, Reggie, Mary Lloyd and all the villagers (oh my!) in this zany audience interactive play that spoofs all things from Final Fantasy to Lord of the Rings. Written by Andrew Agress and directed by Phoebe Brooks. Part of Frigid NYC Festival. 

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A Christmas Carol

Dec 2-24, 2023

Rebecca Ho heralded in the Christmas season with Portland Stage's A Christmas Carol, directed by Michael Dix Thomas. She played Belle, Fred's Wife and others. 

Shoutout LA

November 6, 2023

Rebecca was featured in ShoutoutLA!

Check it out here: 

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Dialect Coaching

October 5-8, 2023

Rebecca dialect coached the Columbia University Mainstage production "When The Rain Stops Falling" by Andrew Bovell, directed by Ares Harper. She coached actors in both an Australia accents and RP British accents. 

The Fantastical Seven

August 24th, 2023

Rebecca Ho played "Kemfie/Chuff/Cat Shigh/Reggie/Mary Lloyd/All Villagers" in the Staged Reading production of The Fantastical Seven: a sword & sorcery & steampunk spoof  by her dear friend, Andrew Agree. Directed by her other dear friend, Phoebe Brooks


Read All About It!

August 13th, 2023

Rebecca got her first personal review for her role as "Celia" in As You Like It.

"Rebecca Ho is a scene-stealing delight as Celia. Her comedic attitudes draw the eye, as do her offbeat responses to the action underway." - Portland Press Herald 

Theater at Monmouth 2.0

June-August, 2023

Rebecca Ho returned to Theater at Monbmouth for their 54th season. She played Celia in As You Like It, Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest and Queen/Aumerle/Berkeley/Groom in Richard II



May 17, 2023

Rebecca Ho finally, officially graduated with her MFA from Columbia University. Congratulations to the class of 2023!

NYC/LA Showcase

April 17-24, 2023

Come to the Columbia MFA Class of 2023 Showcase!

NYC Showcase - April 17, 18 & 20th @ Schapiro Theater

LA Showcase - April 24th -1pm, 5pm & 8pm @ Matrix Theater


Workshop Fun!

February 2023

Rebecca is still pinching herself that she got to be a part of the workshop of a new work written and directed by the legendary Liesl Tommy at the historic Apollo Theater!


Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow

March 2023

Rebecca starred in the short film Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow which premiered in March, 2023.

Best Supporting Actor Award

Jan 23, 2023

Rebecca won the 2022 BroadwayWorld Maine Award for Best Supporting Performer in a Play for her performance as "Little Stone" in Eurydice (dir. Dawn McAndrews) at Theater at Monmouth.


Halfway B*tches Go Straight to Heaven

Nov 3-6, 2022

Rebecca played "Miss Rivera" in Halfway B*itches Go Straight To Heaven by Stephen Adly Guirgis in her Columbia MFA Acting thesis. Directed by Lisa Benavides-Nelson.


Loves Labours Lost

Feb 15-18, 2023

Rebecca played "Moth" in Loves Labours Lost with her fellow Columbia MFA cohort. She was also the Choreographer for this production. Directed by Dennis-Hilton Reid.

Theater at Monmouth

June-August, 2022

Rebecca was part of the 53rd summer season at Theater at Monmouth. Credits include: Antony + CleopatraPandora's Suitcase, Amphitryon and Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice

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Office Hour

March 9-12, 2022

Rebecca played "Gina" in Office Hour by Julia Cho in her Columbia MFA 2nd year show. Directed by Dennis Hilton-Reid.


Dec 7th, 2019

Rebecca played "Tess" in Girlhood. by Ida Esmaeili. David Henry Hwang and Anne Bogart (who were in attendance) gave Rebecca high praise. 

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