Kasey Foster

Kasey Foster is a Chicago-based actor, singer, and producer. She is represented by Gray Talent Group and is an artistic associate at Lookingglass Theatre, where she has performed on stage in: The Little Prince, Moby Dick, and Treasure Island. Foster has performed regionally with Arena Stage, The Alliance, South Coast Rep, and Berkeley Rep, and locally with Adventure Stage, Blair Thomas & Co., Chicago Children's Theatre, Collaboraction, Dog n' Pony, Redmoon, Red Tape, Theater Wit, and Trap Door. Most recently, she appeared in Manual Cinema's premiere and touring production of Mementos Mori.

On camera, she most recently appeared in Documentary Now!’s Test Pattern episode, directed by Bill Hader and Fred Armisen. Foster has been building up her voiceover and commercial repertoire since her representation began with Gray Talent in 2016.

As a singer, Kasey performs with and manages local bands: Babe-alon 5, Old Timey, Grood, and This Must be the Band, appearing at venues throughout the city and across the country. In addition to producing her original works, Foster produces an annual performance series called Dance Tribute, where you will find up to 80 local performers/artists on stage. Past production credits include: The Monthly Visit with Kevin O'Donnell, The Best Game Night of Your Lives, and a variety night titled, Night of the Living Entertainers. Her next project as a choreographer/movement director will be with Lifeline's production of Anna Karenina.

Find out everything you ever wanted to know about Kasey Foster at her website:

kaseyfoster.com

Chris Jones, May 2016, Treasure Island Review, Chicago Tribune-
 
"The best scene of the lot, though, is the one that departs the most from the expected. It's the typically throwaway scene when Jim (John Babbo) is allowed back home to see his mother (played by Kasey Foster) before shipping out from Bristol. Zimmerman and Foster, who is both the only woman in this show and the actor who turns in the most complex performance, show us a rich picture of what it was like to be a widow in a world where your boy, and co-worker, could just be taken from you and sent into adventure for him, danger for you."
"Somewhere between the Hollywood sign and the Santa Monica Pier, an attractive blonde in a black dress and red scarf (the exceptionally watchable Foster), is looking for love..." Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times
Location Chicago