A bio is a chance to brag about your work but also show who you are as a person.  It’s also not a place for you to personally thank every member of your familyfor their support. Unless no one besides your family is going to see the play you’re in, it’s best to limit the "thank yous" and avoid inside jokes. Make your bio something everyone who sees your play will care about.


You’ll want to list a couple of credits; a few of your favorites or you are most known for. If you don’t have any, this is a perfect place to say "[Your name] is making her theatrical debut.

  • Write in 3rd person

  • Be nice and appropriate 

  • No inside jokes

  • Keep them brief

  • Be honest

The directors will remove any bio that violates these rules.



Sally Sue Mayfield (Eliza Doolittle) 12 - has been performing for local audiences for the last five years, having won several awards including a Best Actressfor her portrayal of Marian the Librarian in the Music Man at Theatre Three. Amongst her favorite roles: Queen of Athens in

the Love of the Nightengale, Mrs. Higgins in Pygmalion and Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.

She studied education at the University of Texas at Austin before realizing teaching wasn’t really her thing. She promptly announced to the world she would be an actress and hasn’t been taken seriously since.




Cindy Marshall (Chorus) 10 - makes her debut on this stage. She has never performed before this production, but has really enjoyed the experience. She enjoys singing and dancing and has found the challenge of a live show thrilling. She would like to thank the theatre family for welcoming her as well as each and every one of you for coming to see her show. Please form a line outside her dressing room after final curtain.



Manny Wilkenson  (Lighting Technician) 11 - has played many roles behind the scenes over the lastfew years. He was Stage Manager for Evansville Summer Musicals’ Bye Bye Birdie, and has served as Sound Designer for Broken Glass & Spiked Heels. He has enjoyed the chance to learn a new aspect of the Theatre and has enjoyed working with this cast.

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