Royer Bockus is an actor, singer, and dancer based in New York City. She is currently playing Helena in All’s Well That Ends Well in her fourth season at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
She is also the co-founder of Ring of Keys, a national network of queer women+, trans, and gender non-conforming professionals working on and offstage in musical theatre. Check it out at www.ringofkeys.org.
Royer studied Communication Studies and Spanish at Northwestern University, where she completed the Musical Theatre Certificate program. She is currently part of the Advanced Study Improv program at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and has also studied improv at the Second City. An avid tap dancer, Royer has studied with Michelle Dorrance, Mark Yonally, Barbara Phillips, Dena Mabry, and the Tonik Tap Ensemble.
Royer is a family name of French origin. In addition to theatre, Royer enjoys writing and directing her own music videos (check out that YouTube icon below). She also teaches, writes songs, and frequently visits her wonderful family in San Antonio, Texas.
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