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Bio for Playbill Form

  1. Stepping Into the Spotlight

    Our audiences like to know about our actors. We want to portray you in the playbill in an interesting light! Use the form below to let us know what you'd like included in the playbill. (Note: The MAC reserves the right to edit your copy.)

  2. Enter your name as you wish it to appear in the playbill.

  3. Play / Musical Title*

  4. For a musical, please keep your bio pretty short (30-50 words). For a play, you may use a longer bio (50-100 words). You can find a word-count feature in Microsoft Office Word under the Tools menu option.

  5. Ideas for Writing a Bio

    Where are you from?
    Are you in school?
    Where?
    What level?
    What are you studying?
    What do you plan to do next?
    Degrees?
    What do when you are not on stage...your job?
    What about your family?
    What is your theatre experience…
    What plays have you been in?
    At MAC?
    Elsewhere?
    What parts have you played?
    Special thanks to anyone?
    Other comments?

  6. Sample Bio for a Play

    RIC DANIELSON (Dr. Chumley) is a native of Manhattan, graduate and retiree of KSU. He has been honored to perform in several MAC productions, most recently A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Penny Cullers, and director Dave Smit's The Graduate. He is impressed with the diversity of talent that MAC provides, drawing from the KSU, MHS, Ft. Riley, and community to offer live entertainment. Eric benefits greatly from the support and encouragement of friends and loved ones. (73 words, 450 characters with spaces)

  7. Sample Bio for a Musical

    BRENT SIGMAN (Potifar) is acting in a musical at MAC for the first time. He was seen in Becky’s New Car, The Graduate, and Midsummer Night’s Dream, and directed A Few Good Men and House of Blue Leaves. Brent is Festival Director for MAC’s third ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL this summer (49 words, 252 characters with spaces)

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