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AEA/SAG-AFTRA


HEIGHT:                 WEIGHT:

4’11                       102


VOCAL RANGE:

BELT/SOPRANO

C3 - E6






THEATRE

Los Angeles



Off-Broadway





New York/Regional






















FILM





TELEVISION





RECORDINGS/ V/O/ MUSIC VIDEOS








COMMERCIALS

Tape available upon request



TRAINING

Manhattan School of Music, Graduate. BM/MM

The Juilliard School, Pre-College Graduate.


ACTING

Joanna Merlin, Marcia Turner, Marnie Cooper

Long Beach CLO Conservatory

Serendipity Theatre Co.


VOICE

Neil Rosenshein, Lorraine Nubar, Paul Gemignani, Maria Lagios, Lise Messier, Carolann Page


DANCE

Ginger Thatcher (Tap/Jazz/Ballet)

Riki Lugo(Tap/Jazz)

Stanley Holden, Meredith Bayliss (Ballet)



SPECIAL SKILLS

Horseback Riding (Nationally Ranked Competitor, Jumping 5’ Fences);

Dog Showing; Skiing; Ice Skating; Roller Skating; Swimming; Bicycle;

All Sports; Pogo Stick; Pole Dancing; Gymnastics; French, German & Italian; All Dialects.

Resume

“..Soul Doctor’s

L.R. Davidson is heartbreaking as Ruth, a member of Carlebach’s

peace-and-love synagogue. Davidson crafts a character whose need to belong means loving people who can never love her in return..”

  -Times Picayune

   New Orleans

“..Brilliantly enacting their memories as freshly as they’re still felt, Andrew Keltz, Rachel Cantor, L.R. Davidson and Adrian Aguilar play their younger selves with all the slight hesitations that you know will grow into lifelong regrets..”

- Chicago Stage Style

"..I was absolutely smitten by L.R. Davidson as Papagena. She could definitely both act and sing, and was just plain adorable to boot. Generally, Papagena is dressed as a female clone of Papageno, who is often dressed as a bird, but Davidson sported nary a feather here.."

 -Berkshire Theatre

  Review

“..One of the most developed characters in the show was L.R. Davidson’s Olive Ostrovsky. Davidson beautifully conveys Olive's loneliness, and her need to win to prove herself a worthwhile person. One of the most effective, 

poignant, and even funny scenes – full of pre-teen angst – was when Olive and William confront each other as real people..”

- Times Argus

“..The range of the performers matches that of the songs: L.R. Davidson breaks the audience members’ hearts as she puts her lovely voice to “Some Day My Prince Will Come..”


- Paula Atwell

    Theatre Critic,

    The Observer

    Sarasota, FL

Undisclosed Disney Project




The First Gentleman                       

National Pastime                           

The Big Show




Reel Music

American Beauty Shop

Follies

Soul Doctor

The Ordinary Yearning...

The 25th Annual... Spelling Bee

Wedding Vows

The Last Five Years

Paper Moon

Paper Moon

Blithe Spirit

To Kill A Mockingbird

Spider’s Web

Meet Me In St. Louis

Meet Me In St. Louis

Western Star

Annie

Big Tush., Little Tush

Annie




Peril

Lisa’s Story





Full House

Gimme A Break





Circle of Friends

Ice Cream For Breakfast

The Vanishing

Charlie Brown


Lead




Abby

Betty Lou

Angela




Soloist

Judy

Young Sally

Ruth

Sannie

Olive Ostrovsky

Daphne

Cathy

Addie

Addie

Edith

Scout

Pippa

Tootie

Tootie

Young Julie

Annie

Sarah

Annie




Stacy(Principal)

Lisa





Jane(Featured)

Lil Nell (Featured)





Soloist

Soloist

V/O

Violet V/O


Disney Productions




Raimo Enterprises (Richard Hinds, Phil Reno, G. Mcintyre)

Playwrights Horizons (Nancy Robillard)

Harbor Entertainment (Sam Forman, J. Salka, Eli Bolin)




Florida Studio Theatre (Bill Castellino)

Florida Studio Theatre (Kim Crowe)

Chicago Shakes Theatre(Gary Griffin, A. Sanchez, B. Haak)

Frankel-Green Mgmt. (Holly-Anne Ruggiero, G. McIntyre)

Steppenwolf Theatre (Anna Shapiro)

Northern Stage (Katherine Doherty)

Algonquin Theater (Tony Sportiello)

Greenfield Hall (Micah Young)

Goodspeed Opera (Matt Casella, John Caraffa)

Walnut Street Theatre (Matt Casella, John Caraffa)

Northern Stage (Brooke Wetzel Ciardelli)

Fulton Opera House (Kathleen Collins)

Dorset Theatre Festival (Jill Charles)

Music Theatre of Southern Cal (James Blackman)

CLO of San Bernadino (Peggy Hickey)

CLO of South Bay (J. Blackman, D. Wasserman)

CLO of South Bay & Northern Stage (B. Ciardelli)

The Groundlings Theatre (Murphy Cross, Lee Mathis)

National Touring Musicals




Radical Films

Scholastic Films





A.B.C.

N.B.C





AWR Music, The Pleasant Company

Atlantic Records - “Ice Cream for Breakfast”

20th Century Fox

METLIFE Commericials


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