Shondra Marie
Shondra Marie has been working in the entertainment industry professionally since 1993. She has worked extensively in the theatre, but has also booked jobs in films, commercials, voice-overs, anime, audiobooks and cast albums. When she is not onstage, on set, behind a microphone, coaching, taping auditions, or in Deke Anderson’s film class, she can be found either working as a Standardized/Simulated Patient (and Teaching Associate) in the Med Center or sitting in her living room doing some sort of needlework. Shondra & Todd have 2 cats, whom they love and whom terrorize one another.

Shondra has studied and worked with amazing artists, including Stuart and Ann Ostrow, Jerry Bock, Sidney Berger, Deke Anderson, Jim Conlan, Todd Waite, Paul Hope, Jeannette Clift George, Mark York and Shelley Calene-Black. She also has a valid passport.

Current Project:

Shondra is excited to be in Rochester, NY performing GIRLS ONLY - THE SECRET COMEDY OF WOMEN with Bethel Caram at Downstairs Cabaret Theatre. It’s an incredible show full of joy for all.


Girls Only Rochester

From the flyer:
“Celebrating the honor, truth, humor and silliness of all things girly! Born out of the earnest and sweetly ridiculous writings the authors discovered in their girlhood diaries, this is a mix of sketch comedy, improvisation, audience participation, and hilarious songs and videos, reminding audiences that underneath, women all have very funny and charming feminine similarities. Gather your mothers, daughters, sisters, and gal pals: we promise you’ll leave laughing, ready to dig out YOUR old diary!”

Tickets can be purchased by calling (585)325-4370

Shondra was excited to be interviewed by Joseph DeCross for his blog at The link to their conversation is at:

She is also busy working in her part-time job of being a Standardized Patient at the University of Texas Medical School, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, and, occasionally, M.D. Anderson. At UTMC, she is also a Standardized Patient Teaching Assistant, where she helps 1st year students learn the proper technique for a total body exam. This year, she has also been learning ultrasound.