Vilma Silva is delighted to return to ANPF. Most recently, Vilma appeared in the Great Lakes Theater production of Sense and Sensibility. Vilma has been a company member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for 25 seasons, appearing in over 50 productions, most recently in King John, an all-female and non-binary OSF production in collaboration with the Upstart Crow Collective, as King Philip of France and Lord Salisbury.
Some of her favorites at OSF include Destiny of Desire, Mojada, The River Bride, Water By The Spoonful, King Lear, Henry VIII, A View From The Bridge, The Taming of the Shrew, Gibraltar, Pericles, Two Sisters and a Piano, The Three Musketeers, and The Magic Fire (OSF/Kennedy Center).
Other theaters include Rogue Theater Company (Mala), The McCarter Theatre, American Repertory Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, TheatreWorks, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Dallas Theater Center, American Conservatory Theater, El Teatro Campesino, among others.
Vilma represented OSF at Ten Chimneys as the 2011 recipient of the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship.