Broadway leading lady Betsy Wolfe officially tied the knot on Sunday, December 17. Currently starring as Jenna in Waitress, Wolfe wed her longtime partner, French horn player Adam Krauthamer. The actor took to Twitter and Instagram to announce her recent nuptials.
The bride wore a gown by Leanne Marshall and jewelry by Nina Runsdorf.
Married my best friend. pic.twitter.com/QYRleApceX
— Betsy Wolfe (@BetsyWolfe) December 18, 2017
Prior to Waitress, Wolfe made her Broadway debut in 110 in the Shade and starred alongside Sheri Renee Scott in Everyday Rapture. She played the lead dual role of Rosa Bud/Miss Deirdre Peregrine in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of The Mystery of Edwin Drood in 2012 and starred opposite Zach Braff in Bullets Over Broadway, where she met Krauthamer, who played in the orchestra. In 2016, she played Cordelia in the revival of Falsettos, which was recorded and broadcast on PBS earlier this fall.
Congrats to the happy couple!