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Colleen Connor

Height: 5’2″ ● Weight: 120lb ● Hair Color: Dark Blonde ● Eye Color: Blue-Green ● Visually Impaired

Voice / Screen:
Voice Over The International Spy Museum dir. Peter Earnest
Host / Speaker w. dir. Colleen Connor
Emergency Broadcast/Bomb Excuse Me-Original Production dir. Rodrigo Pool
Radio Show Voice Talent Virginia Manassas Chorale dir. Becky Verner
Chief of Station-Education Film The International Spy Museum dir. Peter Earnest
Soloist / Ensemble Annual EWTN Christmas Concert dir. Dr. Leo Nestor
Ulla The Producers dir. Zina Bleck, Zemfira Stage
Operations Officer Operation Spy International Spy Museum
Tintinabula, u/s Philia A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum dir. Zina Bleck, Zemfira Stage
Mrs. Meers Thoroughly Modern Millie dir. Jane Pesci-Townsend
Dawn / Charlie All in the Timing dir. Deb Gottesman
Mrs. Soames Our Town dir.  Mary Hall Surface
Chicken Crazy Jack dir. A Hartke Theatre Thesis
Aunt Abby Arsenic and Old Lace dir. Robert Bromley
Audrey II Little Shop of Horrors dir. Robert Bromley
  • Private dialect and accent coaching under Paul Meier and Charlotte Graham
  • Acting, Vocal, Stage Combat, and Physical training at The London Dramatic Academy under Richard Digby Day (Kensington, London)
  • Bachelor of Music degree from The Catholic University of America (Musical Theatre focus)
  • Voice training at The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music under Rosemarie Houghton
  • Dance training: basic swing, tap, jazz, modern, ballet, ballroom, and historical
  • Tae Kwon Do first degree Black Belt from Jhoon Rhee Institute
Technical/Employment Background:
  • Operation Spy Guide at International Spy Museum (playing the role of an intelligence officer; leading guests through an intense 1-hour interactive spy mission to intercept a nuclear trigger)
  • Stage Managing, Teaching, Sound, Props, and Construction experience at Theatre Lab School for the Dramatic Arts
  • Assistant to Director Jane Pesci-Townsend during Overtures Camp at The Kennedy Center
  • Recipient of HSC Foundation Disability Scholarship via the Kennedy Center
  • Strong proficiency in voice including accents and dialects: RP, British, various Irish, Scottish, Russian, French, regions of USA, Indian, etc.
  • Character Voices
  • Excellent singer; can whistle, basic violin and piano
  • Sound Effects, Baby Cry, Animal Impersonations
  • Interactive and Improvisational Theatre
  • Stage, blog, and creative writing