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Katie Schroeder

Height – 5 feet 2 inches / 157 cm

Hair – Blonde

Eyes – Brown

Body Type – Average

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian

Skills

Vocal Range – Mezzo

Singing – Musical Theater, Country Western, Jazz

Dancing – Jazz, Modern

Languages – American English

Experience
Other
Beauty & the Beast (May 2009)
Role: Milk Maid/Cake Server
Director: Jason Greenawalt
Organization: Mount Lebanon High School
Alice in Wonderland (Feb 2009)
Role: Cheshire Cat
Director: April May Ohms
Organization: Stage 62
Oliver! (Nov 2008)
Role: Orphan/Girls Ensemble/ Fagin's Gang Solo Boy 2
Director: Andy Folmer
Organization: Stage 62
Les Miserables (May 2008)
Role: Judge/Ensemble
Director: Jason Greenawalt
Organization: Mount Lebanon High School
Fiddle on the Roof (Nov 2007)
Role: Ensemble
Director: Patty Folmer
Organization: Stage 62
Thoroughly Modern Millie (Mar 2007)
Role: Ensemble
Director: Todd Kuczawa
Organization: Bethel Park Senior High School
The Velveteen Rabbit (Nov 2006)
Role: Rabbit #2
Director: Gregg Steirhiem
Organization: Christ United Methodist Church - Drama Team
Brigadoon (Nov 1997)
Role: Childrens Ensemble
Director: Rob James
Organization: Stage 62
Additional Info
Vocal:
Lesli Kotloski-1 year (private) (Soprano I); Chirst United Methodist Chapel Choir- 5 years to date (Soprano I); Christ United Methodist Church Girls Ensemble- 2 years to date (Soprano I); Bethel Park High School Ladies Choir- 1 1/2 years (Alto II); Mt. Lebanon High School Concert Choir- 1 year to date (Alto II/Tenor);

Acting:
Bethel Park Community Center Acting Workshop-2005; Pittsburgh Public Theater Scene Study- 2006,2007; Bethel Park High School Theater Arts I Class- 2006-2007; Mt. Lebanon High School Theater Arts I & II Class- 2008-2009;
Dance:Ballet- 1 year;Liturgical- 1 year; Tap- 4 years; Jazz-6 years;Hip Hop/Modern- 8 years

I sing Tenor on 3 songs in school so far this year, along with singing Alto on the rest of them. [One, Finale B, even going from Alto to Tenor back and forth multiple times.] I work at the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival for 6 weekends in the fall at the games booths so making a fool out of myself is no problem for me, haha. That is a big part of what you have to do at that job to get people to come and play your game.
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