Name: Thomas Brown
Professional Areas: Actor
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (813) 407-7588
Brief Bio: University of South Florida Theatre Student 2020
Name: Danielle Bessler
Professional Areas: Actress, Singer, Dancer
Email Address: email@example.com
Brief Bio: DANIELLE BESSLER is a senior musical theatre major at Wright State University. REGIONAL: Seussical (Mayzie La Bird), Dare to Defy Productions; Oklahoma (Ado Annie), Kincaid Regional Theater; Blackbird (Girl), Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; Christmas in Columbus (Maggie Holiday), Short North Stage; Rudolph (Elf) & Seussical Jr (Circus Animal/Fish), The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati, Guys and Dolls (Hot Box Dancer), D2D Prod. WSU: Fiddler On The Roof (Hodel); 9 to 5 (Judy u/s, Kathy); No No Nanette (Nanette u/s, Winnie Winslow ); Music Man (Zaneeta Shinn u/s, River City Teen); Peter Pan (Tootles) TELEVISION & FILM: (SAG-AFTRA) Big Time Rush (Shanya), Nickelodeon; Barbie In A Perfect Christmas (Stacie-Singing Voice), Mattel; Pollution (Anna), world premiere 2012 Cannes Short Film Corner VOCALIST: North Pole Musical, Hal Leonard; Haunakkah Duet, Disney Home Entertainment. KINGS ISLAND: Off the Charts (Singer).
Professional Affiliations: SAG/AFTRA
Name: Jordan Bertke
Professional Areas: Actor
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brief Bio: Jordan Bertke is graduating from USF with a BA in Theatre Performance. Previous credits (selected:) Machinal (Various,) Echo Nevada (John C,) Little Shop of Horrors (Orin Scrivello/ Others,) Zombie Prom (Jonny Warner.)
Name: Amber Daniels
Professional Areas: Actor, singer
Email Address: email@example.com
Brief Bio: My name is Amber Daniels. I moved to Tampa from Wisconsin in April 2017. I received my BA in Musical Theatre from Carthage College in 2012. Locally, I have worked on several films with Ringling College.
Name: Gabriel Flores
Professional Areas: Writer, Director, Composer, Actor
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brief Bio: Gabriel Flores is a Tampa, FL based educator, theatre professional, and arts administrator. His titles in the theatre include: director, playwright, producer, actor, stage manager, musical director, drama critic, sound designer, lighting designer, and producer. He has experience in musical theatre and straight plays. He has been lucky enough to have his own plays produced and looks forward to creating more memories for actors and audiences alike. His work has been accepted by the Tampa Bay Theater Festival, New York New Works Festival, New York Theater Festival Summerfest and Winterfest, Midtown International Theater Festival, Manhattan Rep’s Premier Play Series, and a featured playwright at the Midwest Dramatist Conference in Kansas City.
Name: Peyton Geftman
Professional Areas: Actor, Costume Technician
Email Address: email@example.com
Brief Bio Text: I am a recently graduated performer with a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Performance and a concentration in Costume Design. Eager to utilize my talent and experience in the entertainment and theatre industry.
Professional Affiliations: Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts (PCPA), University of South Florida Costume Shop
Name: Gabrielle Lennon
Professional Areas: Actor, writer
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brief Bio Text: Gabrielle graduated from Northwestern University majoring in Performance Studies and the honors Creative Writing for the Media program, studying with Edgar-Award-winner, Stuart Kaminski and Tony-Award-winner, Frank Galati. She acts extensively in theater, independent film, music video, and voice overs, writes professionally for magazines, newspapers, newsletters, journals, and the theater, and has two books published – Touch Me Real and Other Stories and After Midnight: A Book of Poetry. She also teaches acting, creative writing, and Writing and Acting the Personal Monologue.
Professional Affiliations: SAG-eligible
Name: Elizabeth Weil Bergmann
Professional Areas: Dancer, Choreographer, Poet
Email Address: email@example.com
Brief Bio Text: Former teacher for José Limón, Bergmann retired as Dance Director, choreographer-in-residence and Lecturer at Harvard University. Prior to Harvard, Bergmann was Chair, resident choreographer and Professor of Dance at Florida International University, California State University, Long Beach, Shenandoah University and the University of Michigan. She has won awards and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts (3 for choreography), the University of Michigan (Distinguished Faculty Award and Lifetime Achievement Award), the California Arts Council and the Virginia Commission for the Arts and was a Fulbright Scholar to Trinidad working with the Trinidad Theatre Workshop. Bergmann has also been a guest teacher and choreographer at the Interlochen Arts Center, DanzFest in Cattolica, Italy, the Carreño Dance Festival and currently teaches and choreographs for the Sarasota Ballet’s Margaret Barbieri Conservatory. A graduate of The Juilliard School and University of Michigan, Bergmann is co-author of “Connecting To Creativity: Ten Keys To Unlocking Your Creative Process” and performs her one-woman show “Coming to Myself”.
Professional Affiliations: National Dance Education Organization (NDEO)
Name: Jan Wallace
Professional Areas: Actor, Director, Playwright
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brief Bio Text: JAN WALLACE – actress, teacher, director. Jan trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and New York’s Playwrights Horizon’s Theater School. She has appeared extensively off-Broadway and in New York Regional theatres. Roles include: Shirley Valentine (Shirley), Noises Off (Dotty Otley/Mrs. Clacket), The Prime of Miss Jean Broadie (Jean Broadie), The Hollow (Lady Lucy Angetell), Manhattan Women (Judy), All Over (The Wife), The Shadow Box (Maggie), California Suite (Diana), The Odd Couple – Female Version (Florence Unger), Run For Your Wife (Mary) and many more. She was the Director of the School for the Arts for the Great Neck Arts Centre in Great Neck Long Island and the Director of Great Neck’s Children’s Musical Theatre and the Great Neck Youth Theatre. Her directing credits for musicals include: The Wizard of Oz, Oliver, Annie, Joseph, Fiddler on the Roof, Little Shop of Horrors, and for dramas – All My Sons and Run for your Wife. As well as directing, she taught acting to children and teens in Great Neck for over ten years, including coaching high school students prepare for entry into college theatre programs. Since moving to Sarasota she has taught at the Venice Theatre and the Asolo, and she has performed with the Asolo Rep, the Banyan Theatre and the Players Theatre. She performed at the Sarasolo Festival in 2016 and 2017. In 2017 year she performed her one-woman play Shirley and Me at Sarasota’s Sarasolo Festival and New York’s Planet Connections Theatre Festivity where she was nominated for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding Production of a one-person play. She is reviving her performance of Shirley Valentine in the one-woman play of that name in February 2018.