Actor's PHYSICAL TRAITS (use format on the "Before Applying" page)
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian Female
Hair: Dark Brown
Hair Length: Short: curly or straight
Singer: Vocal range: Alto - Mezzo Soprano
Set Designer, Set Painter, Oil Painter, Sculpture
Amateur Flute, Saxophone, French Horn, Trumpet
Badminton, Billiards/Pool, Canoeing, Dance - general, Driving - stick shift/standard, Fishing, Biking - general, Running - general, Swimming- general, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball, Yoga.
Actor's Performance Skills:
Artist-drawing, Artist-painting, Bicycling-general, Bocci Ball, Bowling, Brass Instrument, Canoeing, Card Playing - Rummy, Card Playing - Texas Hold 'em, Cry-on-Cue, Driving - stick shift-standard, Fishing, Flute, Frisbee - general, Hiking, Ice Skating, Improvisation, Jump Rope, Kayaker, Running - general, Singer - Alto, Singer - Soprano, Soccer, Softball, Swimming - general ability, Tennis, Volleyball - indoor (6 on 6), Weight Lifting, Yoga
Recent acting experience (use the format on the Before Applying page):
Extra in "Brilliant Mistakes" Paul Brighton Director
Extra in "Sorry Mom I Won't Be Coming Home" Matthew Arbacheski Director
Extra in "Ted" Seth MacFarlane Director
Extra in "Moonrise Kingdom" Wes Andersen Director
Extra in "Here comes the boom" Frank Coraci Director
Commercial for Braintree Co-Operative Bank - Principal Role, Director: Jonathan Guibert
Fatal Encounters "A Mothers Nightmare" Role: Doctor, Producers: Investigate Discovery Channel, NBC
Mystery Comedy Tour - Principal - Current
The Rocky Horror Show - Magenta (Oct 2012)
Mutton & Mead Medieval Festival Show - Lady Rosamund (June 2012)
Annie - Frances Perkins/Chorus (Jan 2012)
Cabaret – Frauline Kost (April 2011)
Broadway in Greenfield – Chorus (March 2010)
A Few Good Men – Principal, Joann Galloway (Dec. 2009)
Cinderella – Chorus (July 2009)
Oliver – Milk Maid (2006)
Robin Hood - Prioress of Kirklees (2004)
Other work, hobbies, charities, etc. in which this actor is involved:
Theater - The Country Players board member - Current
Mutton & Mead Festival – Set Design / Painting Manager 2010, 2012
Relay for Life (Team YMCA)
Volunteer at the Turners Falls Dog Shelter
Volleyball, softball, running, hiking, fishing, canoe/kayaking and Group Groove Classes keep me busy.
Other: Painting sets, hair and make-up, costumes, graphic designing, card making, gift baskets, face painting, karaoke, singing contests and dancing.
VOICE ARTISTS ONLY [you must have a professinal demo to upload]: llustrative 1-word descriptions for this actor's voice (e.g. conversational, announcer, warm, etc.):
My singing voice ranges from low alto to high soprano. I can sing many varied styles such as blues, rock, folk, theater and would try opera.
I can speak with an accent: German, British, Boston, Southern and I am very quick to pick up a new dialect.
I saw your post in Actors Flash. I would say to focus on the New York market. Having your head shots with casting companies in Boston is great as well.
Use Actors Access for NYC auditions and Back Stage.
I would also say once you get your head shots in take the chance and mail them off to Agents in NYC. I think you have a great character look and if you're already getting some great work on your own, who knows what an Agent can do!
Network Studio East in NYC has some great seminars with Casting Directors and Agents/Managers in the City. It's extremely cheap as well. You do a Q&A as a group and then individually everyone performs a scene or monologue for the Agent or Casting Director.
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