So to say Resume: 10+ Church Musicals I'm not going to list, cuz no one's ever heard of them but I must say "Christmas in Egypt" was my first Musical ever, I was 7 and I had the lead(child lead that is)
Alright: Cobb Children's Theatre Peter Pan- Carho The Pirate/Jane Tech-Assistant Stage Manager The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe-Drow a dark elf... I got to sword fight! Tech-Wardrobe Joseph and the Amazing Techni-colored Dreamcoat- Reuben's wife/Ensemble Tech-Grip West Side Story- Rosalia a Shark Girl Tech-Fly Alice in Wonderland - I played on the techie side and was Assistant Stage Manager/Grip Godspell- Actor/Ensemble Tech- Key Grip <----- This show sprang the famous catch phrase of Marko-Melko b/c I had to tape all the sets.. I was quite efficient...even color coded per scenes!
North Cobb Theatre: The Kid Who to Talked to Penguins- Harlowe P. Whitcomb III, Jr. You Can't Take It With You- Penny Sycamore A Midsummer Night's Dream- Hippolyta/Titania Senior Showcase 2004- "Time Flies"-May fly Wendell's Tale- Mom, Psychiatrist #4, Contestant #4, A little girl, and Ultracrepidate Disney's Beauty and the Beast- Mrs. Potts Tech-Choreographer, Costumes, and Sets
Miscellaneous Work: A Christmas Carol-Ghost of Christmas Past And have randomly played my flute in shows and have sang little numbers in several talents shows and church shows
Current Work(and more to come): Showcases and APO stuff.....