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Laura Sky Herman (she/her) is a Miami-born, NYC-based actress, singer, and dancer. She is currently playing Linda McFly in BACK TO THE FUTURE.


While a student at Harvard University (‘21), she was cast as Ermengarde in the Broadway National Tour of HELLO, DOLLY!, directed by four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks. As much a fan of developing new works as she is revivals, Laura Sky recently starred in the NYC developmental labs LIFE BOAT, MURIEL'S WEDDING, and ROCK AND ROLL MAN. She also originated the lead roles of Lila in WHITE ROSE and Marie van Goethem in THE LITTLE DANCER off-Broadway. Favorite regional credits include American Repertory Theater, Goodspeed Opera House, Sacramento Music Circus, North Shore Music Theater, Maltz Jupiter Theater, New London Barn Playhouse, and Miami City Ballet. 


She made history after becoming one of the first women to perform in Harvard’s historic Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the oldest theater group in the country. In addition to her studies at Harvard, Laura Sky has trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and Texas State University's BFA Musical Theater Program.


Laura Sky was awarded the Harvard Community Service Fellowship and the Trustman Post-Graduate Fellowship for her work focused on expanding the boundaries of storytelling. Passionate about the intersection of art and social change, Laura Sky looks forward to continuing her career on stage and screen. Check out her headshot and resume below!

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Laura Sky is currently playing 'Linda McFly' in the First National Tour of Back To The Future! She also understudies 'Lorraine Baines' in the production directed by Tony Award winner John Rando and choreographed by Chris Bailey. Catch the Delorean flying to a city near you!

"...a charming Ermengarde, played with unbridled comic angst by Laura Sky Herman"
-Broadway World


"The Little Dancer, starring Laura Sky Herman, is nothing less than extraordinary"
-Broadway World