Evan Bertram

Evan Bertram

A true triple threat, Evan Bertram soars in a stunning variety of roles: From the delicate, thoughtful ingenue to the sexy, fiery murderess, Bertram effortlessly navigates challenging vocals and demanding choreography to fully embody her characters.

She has performed at notable regional venues, including the Kennedy Center in a production of Into the Sun. At Flat Rock Playhouse, Betram understudied Sophie in Mamma Mia!.  Bertram  flourished as the charming, soon-to-be-wed ingenue while rocking through ABBA’s most beloved hits.

Bertram has also performed in concert settings: She performed as a soloist with the American Pops Orchestra’s Finding the Voices of Tomorrow. In addition, she lent her voice to the works of Carner and Gregor at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

Artist Bio

A true triple threat, Evan Bertram soars in a stunning variety of roles: From the delicate, thoughtful ingenue to the sexy, fiery murderess, Bertram effortlessly navigates challenging vocals and demanding choreography to fully embody her characters.

She has performed at notable regional venues, including the Kennedy Center in a production of Into the Sun. At Flat Rock Playhouse, Betram understudied Sophie in Mamma Mia!.  Bertram  flourished as the charming, soon-to-be-wed ingenue while rocking through ABBA’s most beloved hits.

In Guys and Dolls, Bertram elegantly led the cast as Sarah Brown, the sheltered, intelligent Salvation Army employee. Giving a thoughtful, detailed performance in the demanding role, Bertram effortlessly succeeded in the unique challenge of transitioning between romantic, lush soprano and alluring, jazzy belt.  In Into the Woods at the Timber Lake Playhouse, she delivered a dynamic Rapunzel, playing the character’s resentment of her origins and earnest hope for her future, all with a crystalline soprano.

In addition to her ingenue roles, Bertram has been cast in dance-intensive roles. In addition to serving as a dance captain on several shows, she portrayed Mona in Chicago, a sexy murderess with a powerful solo in “The Cell Block Tango”.

Bertram has also performed in concert settings: She performed as a soloist with the American Pops Orchestra’s Finding the Voices of Tomorrow. In addition, she lent her voice to the works of Carner and Gregor at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

Press

"...Evan Bertram is one tall, well-cast drink of water..." – River Cities' Reader

Noises Off – “Portraying Brooke Ashton, the young self-absorbed actress who is constantly losing her contact lens, Evan Bertram is one tall, well-cast drink of water..."