Rhonda is a longtime company member with Undermain Theatre and her roles include Genevieve in JOHN, Mrs. Sarti in Galileo and Mrs. Killingworth in The Droll. Some of Rhonda’s favorite roles at Undermain were in Abraham Zobell’s Home Movie: Final Reel….; Poor Folks Pleasure; Beginner; The Sound and the Fury; Macbeth; and Camino Real. Rhonda is also a company member with Kitchen Dog Theater where she was most recently seen in A Stain Upon Silence: Becketts’s Bequest. Some of her favorite acting roles with KDT include The Old Woman in The Chairs, The Doctor in Woyzeck, the six doctors in Reckless, Cheetah Bee in The Fastest Clock in the Universe, and Mae and Baboon in In The Jungle of The Cities. in June 2017, Rhonda directed the world premiere of Br’er Cotton by Tearrance Arville Chisholm at Kitchen Dog Theater. Rhonda’s Independent spirit drives her to seek out unusual roles produced by small independent theaters as well, such as The Shine Plays – The Woman Who Was Tampered with in Youth by Ted Shine (Soul Rep Theatre), Diamond Dick: The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 (Project X, performed in Dallas as well as at LaMama in New York). Rhonda’s performances at these theaters garnered numerous D-FW Critics Forum Awards over the years.