Theater Resume

By | June 25, 2009

Getting yourself noticed on your interview is very much crucial in getting a job in the theater. You may want to take advantage on submitting a professionally written theater resume to have an edge over other applicants.

Providing related information about your previous acting work such as movie roles, TV serial and theater appearances can help you present your active acting career.

You may also include previous trainings, acting skills and even other miscellaneous skills such as skateboarding and juggling. Give emphasis to the most important roles that may give recognition to your theater skills.

Sample Theater Resume

Edward Hamilton
35, West Corner Street
Boston, MA 01741
(233)-452 7390

Film & Television

Small Poppa’s House 3

Mark

Director: John Brodberg

The Guiding Light

Kit

Director: Anna Fleming

Dawson‘s Creek

Shawn

Director: K. Jessica Doyle

Becoming Something…

Lead

Director: Mike Greene

Juliet

Stalker

FOX

Serenity

Lead

Graville Productions, WB

Hanger-On

Lead

CBS

Theater

Training Maria

Aaron

Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.

Training Maria

Aaron

Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC

The Life of Adia

Jackie

Black Theatre Co.

The Tempest

Mozade

California University Mainstage

Serenading Louie

Marcie

Jordan Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

Spring Storm

Lila

Jordan

Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

Machinal

Ms. Loveit

California College for the Arts

The Man of Tomorrow

Gabby

California College for the Arts

The White Devil

Nurse

California College for the Arts

Hayfever

Nabat

California College for the Arts

The Blue Demon

Adrian, Iris

Ahmed Theatre-India

Training

California College for the Arts (CCA)
BFA in Acting

  • Acting: Jake Spencer, Jean Lipstin, Jose Braha, Eleanor Van Housten, Eve Mason, Bob Young
  • Voice: Marie Pearsons (Accents/Dialects), Angela Langdon (Shakespeare/Linklater)
  • Movement: Todd Seron (Stage Combat), Justin Chauncey, Betty Polski (Alexander Tech.)
  • Singing: Carlo Mishelley
  • TV & Film: Charlie McKenzie, Kurt Chapman

Jordan

Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

  • Acting: Luke Harrison (Restoration Comedy), John Rutherford (Jacobean, Shakespeare)
  • Voice: Pam Besse
  • Movement: Diether Stoker (Period), Glenn McBride, Rob Anderson (Alexander)
  • Dance: 14 Years: Pointe, Modern, Tap, Ballet, African, Jazz, Acrobatic, Period Movement

Special Skills

Accents and Dialects, Dance, Stage Combat (unarmed, dagger and rapier, contemporary violence), Tennis, Singing, Puppetry, Yoga, Horseback riding, Improvisation, Roller blading, Clowning

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