Hailed as "playful and appealing" by the New York Times, Allison Linker is a versatile actress and singer known for her creative and sincere portrayal of original characters in new musicals and plays. Linker's vivacious style imparts a unique depth to every character she has played, ranging from Albine in Laura Harrington's award-winning play N (Bonaparte), to her lauded performance as Teddy Reeves in Sybil: A Musical (costarring Liz Callaway and Melissa van der Schyff), to her more recent portrayal of Judy Garland in John Meyer's Operation Ruby Slipper. An accomplished performer, Linker has entertained audiences at distinguished venues including The Wang Theatre, The Boston Center for the Arts, The Kennedy Center, Paper Mill Playhouse, LaMama ETC, Feinstein's/54 Below and Lincoln Center.
Her talents as a vocalist have further diversified her body of work. Recently Linker was featured on the original cast recording of Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She has also collaborated with the internationally recognized Escher String Quartet on Death and the Madness of Ophelia, a new piece for chamber music for voice and strings composed by Grammy Award winner Eugene Drucker.
Linker now splits her time between Los Angeles and New York City where she is a company artist at the Workshop Theatre in Manhattan's theatre district. She is a graduate of Wellesley College.