Aurora Adachi-Winter

Aurora Adachi-Winter

Aurora Adachi-Winter

(Bio as of February 2019)

Aurora Adachi-Winter returns to Goodman Theatre, where she previously appeared as Tori in the New Stages Festival production of Lottery Day. She also originated the role of Tori this past January in Ike Holter’s Red Rex (Steep Theatre) and appeared as Caroline in Holter’s Put Your House In Order (The Roustabouts at A Red Orchid Theatre). Additional Chicago credits include Vietgone (Writers Theatre); Bull In A China Shop (About Face Theatre); The Burials (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); peerless, Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them, Two Mile Hollow (First Floor Theater, company member); good friday(Oracle Productions); M. Butterfly (Court Theatre); Mutt: Let’s All Talk About Race (Stage Left Theatre); and Ghost Bike (Buzz22 Chicago). Television credits include Chicago Medand Amazon’s Electric Dreams. Adachi-Winter has performed three consecutive years in The Fly Honey Show (The Inconvenience) with the drum group Adachi Taiko. She holds a BFA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is represented by Gray Talent Group.

With Goodman Theatre

  • Lottery Day Lottery Day
    New Stages 2017
    Play by Ike Holter
    Directed by Lili-Anne Brown
  • Continuity Continuity
    New Stages 2017
    Play by Bess Wohl
    Directed by Annie Tippe
  • Lottery Day Lottery Day
    1819 Season
    Play by Ike Holter
    Directed by Lili-Anne Brown