Submit your bio for the show!

Every cast member is credited on a bio board in the lobby, available for people to view. We will take your picture, but we will also ask you to submit a short biography of yourself. These are due immediately, so that the volunteer who makes them has time to put it together. You will also receive it at the end of the show as a memento of your time. 

-how to write a good bio-

Tips

  • Write it in the third person (as if somebody else was talking about you).
  • Start with your name and give details about where you were born and the school you are attending.
  • Indicate your theater experience.
  • Write your 'thank you's. Don't forget to thank the director!
  • Highlight more popular or recent experiences if you have too many to list.
  • Keep it short and interesting.
  • Keep it professional.
  • Don't brag.
  • Take your time.
  • WARNING: If you don't write a bio for yourself, the volunteers who make the bios will have to come up with one for you. They will tell the truth if they know it, but the information they don't know may come out different from reality. :)

Anson Call is the Captain. That's a big promotion for him.

Anson Call is the Captain. That's a big promotion for him.

-Sample Bios-

-Sample Young Actor Bio


Thomas Curtain, who plays the role of Michael, is extremely proud to be joining the summer touring cast of Mary Poppins. Thomas lives in Brooklyn with his family and attends the Waterston School for the Performing Arts. He is in the fourth grade, and his favorite subjects are English and Social Studies. Thomas first appeared on Broadway at the age of six as Chip in Beauty and the Beast. He is best-known for playing Gavroche in Les Misérables, during the show’s final season on Broadway. Thomas also enjoys playing soccer and has recently begun learning to play the violin. Thomas would like to thank his mom, dad, and his sister Kate for their love and support. He also thanks director Frank Sutton for allowing him to enjoy this valuable experience. Thomas dedicates his performances this season to the memory of his late grandmother, Ruth Curtain, a former Broadway star who first instilled in him a love of performing.


-Sample High School Actor Bio


Kelly Hobson is excited to be performing in her first leading role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. A sophomore at New York’s Rogers School for the Performing Arts, she has appeared in the choruses of Oklahoma and The Music Man, in which she was an understudy for the role of Amaryllis. Kelly will spend this summer touring Europe with an acting troupe that will perform selections from the works of Andrew Lloyd Webber in fourteen different venues. Upon graduation, Kelly hopes to attend NYU so that she can continue to seek out Broadway roles. She is accomplished pianist and also enjoys studying foreign languages. Kelly thanks her parents for always letting her pursue her dreams. She is also profoundly grateful for director Carl Rogan and his faith in her. Kelly is actively involved with Broadway Gives Back, an organization that aids with recovery efforts for areas devastated by natural disasters.