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A Music Theatre Performer is someone who performs on stage in musicals and similar kinds of productions.
An Actor is a person in theatre, television or film who tells a story by portraying a character for stage or screen.
A Dancer expresses ideas, stories, rhythm, and sound with their bodies, either for stage or screen entertainment.
A Vocalist/Singer, can be lead, backup, or part of an ensemble, using their own voice as an instrument to perform either solo or with other singers and musicians, for live performance, recording and/or stage and screen.
A Voiceover Artist utilises a production technique where the voice is used, often to narrate or introduce an act or a product, in radio, television production, filmmaking, theatre or other presentations.
A Writer/Composer is someone who creates original theatrical works for interpretation and performance.
A Stage Manager organises and coordinates a theatrical production and communications between various performance and production personnel for live or recorded performance.
The Casting Administrator is responsible for selecting a cast of actors, dancers and singers for a live or recorded performance.
Performing Arts teachers develop and inspire new talent for a school or education institution.
Performing Arts Administrators coordinate the marketing of and facilitation of the day-to-day operations of an arts organisation in fulfilling its mission.