Student Playbill Bio Form
All bios must be written in a professional, positive, and mature fashion. Follow the directions below. Parents will be notified if a bio is not completed or completed in a way that doesn't represent the professionalism of the program.
Student Last Name *
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Student First Name *
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Student Email Address *
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Grade *
Role / Position *
Performer: Type in your character name or ensemble name. Musicians: Type in your instrument. Techs: Type in your job. Ex: Costume Crew.
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Students, please keep your playbill bio short (30-50 words). You can find a word-count feature in Microsoft Office Word under the Tools menu option.

1. Ideas for Writing a Bio:

Where are you from?
What grade?
What do you hope to study in college?
What college are you attending?
What do you do when you are not on stage...your hobbies, classes?
What about your family?
What plays and/or musicals have you been in?
What parts have you played?
Special thanks to anyone?
Other comments?

2. Type your BIO in Microsoft Word or Google Docs in 3RD PERSON. Use their spell and grammar checks. Verify that your work count does not exceed words 30 words.

Ex: Rome Buttner graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and a B.A. in English. He first directed the play, "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuf," and has since directed and produced over sixty-five plays and musicals. He would like to thank his family for their support. (55 words - too long!)

3. Note that playbill bio's are special and should be taken seriously. Don't miss this opportunity to talk about yourself and give gratitude to the special people in your life. SENIORS - this is your last musical playbill bio. Seniors are allowed to have up to 70 words. MAKE IT PROFESSIONAL! MAKE IT SPECIAL!

4. Starts your bio like this: Rome Buttner is a senior and this is his first musical experience.

5.. Copy and paste your completed bio into this google form.

5. Press Submit!

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