Distraction Lab releases another video — Im-mobile-ized: A Dance About How Our Technology Moves Us
Performed and conceived by Victoria Frings, directed by Joe Pickard, choreographed by Christina Catanese, with new music by Nathan Leigh.
Victoria stars as viv in Well intentioned white people by rachel lynett, directed by Tiffany nichole greene at barrington stage company.
She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by the Berkshire Theatre Critics Awards.
Distraction Lab brings you When Your Eyes Shut, a short video about the struggle to fall asleep.
By Victoria Frings and Joe Pickard
Victoria had the privilege of SINGING the role of Edith in the demo recording of the brand new musical, In Your Company, by John Watts and Jordyn Coats.
Victoria comes on with a scene-stealing dog, wreaks havoc, and then goes off husbandless. That's life. Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon at the REpertory theatre of St. Louis, directed by Jenn Thompson.
"Victoria Frings, an excellent Anne, adds that vital touch of hauteur — and ultimately, even a note of sympathy" - The Darcys host the most charming Christmas in town | Theater ...
Victoria returns to Rocky Horror for a 4th thrill-ride halloween performance, this time at the Roxy hotel. Longest tradition in NYC to date, directed by late-night legend Michael T.
Victoria stars as Richard in an all female production of Richard III at allentown shakespeare in the park, directed by erik pearson.
Victoria stars as Celimene in david ives' The school for lies at the shakespeare theatre company, directed by michael kahn.
Victoria starts rehearsals next week for To-by-For's NYC premiere of Dipika Guha's fiercely funny and beautiful play, Mechanics of love!
Victoria stars as Marianne in Constellations at the Old Globe.
"...it seems doubtful there’s a universe in which Frings isn’t completely charming, assured and agile in her portrayal of Marianne. Her range and grasp of the character (in its many iterations) is especially arresting in a series of scenes where she alternately rejects and accepts Roland’s proposal of marriage, going from coolly dismissive to flustered to adorably gleeful, with an ecstatic physical vocabulary to match." - San Diego Union Tribune
Victoria joins FPA's Martin Luther on Trial at the Pearl Theatre in New York City. She plays Kate, Luther's loving, smart and enterprising wife.
Victoria finally gets to step in to Jane Austen's delightful Pride and Prejudice, as none other than resident mean girl Caroline Bingley at Baltimore Center Stage.
"Peacock mannerisms are infused into Victoria Frings’ portrayal of Miss Caroline Bingley, strutting through the halls at Netherfield and around the various balls. These proud birdlike qualities informs the biting, albeit sarcastically humorous, attitude that possesses Frings’ voice every time she speaks." - Theatre Bloom