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"Madariaga excels as the villain, displaying a calm unfeeling exterior at times, then bursting into rage. Sharply aggressive and elegant...[she] shows tremendous acting range, the perfect contrast to her male counterpart" ​ -  


Celest Dolores,

"Sol Madariaga (excels) at capturing the physicality of a teenager in love...equally sweet, tempering Juliet’s determined impetuousness with a relatable nervousness." - 

Jennifer Kramer,

"...the excellent Sol Madariaga..." - 

Toby Zinman,

La Fabrica's 'Azul' - Germaine (The Drake Theatre)
'Two Gentlemen of Verona' - Julia (EgoPo Classic Theatre)


Initially a member of Buenos Aires' Colon Theatre Opera House Ensemble, Sol’s Argentine roots take influence in her versatile acting background, ranging from a Shakespeare & Chekovian/Stanislavski training, to her tango dancing skills,

to her most recent voiceover work in the audiobook world.

Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sol is a bilingual actress and graduate from The University of The Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Sol’s naturally grounded and fiery confidence mixed with her witty Spanish flare combine to fashion a classically trained actress with an earthy and easeful elegance (and a sharp edge).


Sol’s deep-rooted poised style and unwavering ‘take-charge’ work ethic have shaped all aspects of her career, whether it be new musicals, dance, Shakespeare, contemporary plays or narrating audibooks


Sol can be heard as the voice of Manu in Romina Garber's bestseller "Lobizona", out now on Barnes & Noble, Amazon & Audible.
To hear more titles narrated by Sol click here!

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'Romeo and Juliet'

Delaware Shakespeare

Past Productions...
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