Dawn Trautman

Actor ~ Singer ~ Dancer

Dawn Trautman is a stage and screen actor who originated the role of Eudora in an all-new American version of Cameron Mackintosh's "The Witches of Eastwick" at the Ogunquit Playhouse. She plays quirky housewives, nosy neighbors, and the occasional comic villain. Favorite credits include "The Wizard of Oz" (Miss Gulch/Wicked Witch), "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" (Doatsy Mae), three productions of "Happy Days" (Marion Cunningham), and six productions of "Church Basement Ladies" (Mrs. Karin Engelson).

View her musical theater and television performance reels or read her reviews

"Delightful." (Tampa Tribune)
"Switching masterfully between comic and serious moments." (Broadway World)
"Goofy and lovable." (NYTheater.com)

She also founded Big Picture Big Purpose to help entrepreneurs, artists, and church leaders transform their vision into action by focusing on the overlap of three aspects of change: spiritual, emotional, and practical. Drawing on her masters degrees in theology and psychology mixed with a bit of theatricality, she offers coaching, online courses, keynote speeches, and fully customized Mindset Movies to help clients truly live their calling.