Upcoming:

Supporting Guest Star on Law and Order: SVU

Premiering Thursday January 31st on NBC

Premiering Thursday January 31st on NBC

Lucy Griffin in The Price of Thomas Scott Off-Broadway with Mint Theater Company

February 20th - March 23rd. In Previews now at The Beckett Theatre, Theatre Row.

February 20th - March 23rd. In Previews now at The Beckett Theatre, Theatre Row.

Recent Credits:

Katherine Minola in Shrew! by Amy Freed at Sun Valley Shakespeare Festival

u/s Aimee + Brigid in The Humans First Broadway National Tour directed by Joe Mantello

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Winner of four Tony Awards, including Best Play, Charles Isherwood of the New York Times says of The Humans, “The Humans” is a major discovery, a play as empathetic as it is clear-minded, as entertaining as it is honest." http://www.thehumansonbroadway.com

Hortense and Ensemble in soot and spit, a New York Times Critic’s Pick.

Photo by Nina Wurtzel

Photo by Nina Wurtzel

“Soot and Spit,” [...] Presented with Ms. Weild’s company, Our Voices Theater, it puts its money where its mouth is, casting-wise, nudging us to consider more deeply the notion of artists who don’t fit the standard mold.” The New York Times

Charlotte in The Mystery of Love and Sex at Shaker Bridge Theatre

“Arielle Yoder shines as Charlotte, who is a million things at once: charming, funny, spoiled, caring, thoughtless, mean and charismatic. Yoder seems to inhabit the part fully and unselfconsciously.” Valley News

Growing Down Seasons 1 & 2 on YouTube

Photo by Humberto Guzman

Ruth in Spinoza's Ethics 

World premiere of Emily Claire Schmitt's new play. Appears courtesy of the Dream Up Festival NYC at Theater for the New City.  

Masha in Three Sisters at PlayMakers Repertory Company

Photo by John Gardiner

Photo by John Gardiner

"Yoder as Masha displayed this transformation more beautifully and effectively than any other. We could see time and pressure carve out the character of Masha as Yoder magnificently shaped her character's actions to engage a lover, watch the stringent bindings of military life encase their lives, and passionately live a life that is as much her own as her family and her time will allow. Yoder performed the brooding Masha with a terrible grace." CNVC

Molly Astor in Peter and the Starcatcher at PlayMakers Repertory Company

Photo by John Gardiner

Photo by John Gardiner

"Arielle Yoder makes a most engaging Molly, her confidence and maturity at first irritating to Peter, but later the impetus for inklings of romance." News&Observer