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Rosemary Moffat

Height – 5 feet 9 inches / 175 cm

Hair – Red

Eyes – Green

Body Type – Average

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian


Vocal Range – Mezzo

Singing – Musical Theater, Country Western, Pop

Dancing – Modern

Languages – American English, British English, Russian, Other

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 (Oct 2012)
Role: Marjorie Baverstock
Director: Randy Aronson
Organization: Canyon Theatre Guild
The Sound of Music (Jul 2012)
Role: Frau Schmidt/Mother Superior
Director: TimBen Boydston
Organization: Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center
Anne of Green Gables - The Musical (Sep 2011)
Role: Marilla Cuthbert
Director: Donna Manfredi
Organization: Canyon Theatre Guild
The Music man (Nov 2008)
Role: Eulalie McKecknie Shinn
Director: Shawn Lanz
Organization: Conejo Players Theatre
You Can't Take It With You (Nov 2007)
Role: Penny Vanderhof Sycamore
Director: Shawn Lanz
Organization: Conejo Players Theatre
Fiddler on the Roof (Apr 2006)
Role: Fruma Sarah
Director: Jeff Wallach
Organization: Camarillo Skyline Theatre
Loves True Ways (Apr 2005)
Role: Malificent
Organization: Moorpark High Street Arts Center
Bullshot Crummond (Feb 1996)
Role: Lenya Von Bruno
Organization: Moorpark College
Weird Romance (Mar 1994)
Role: Philadelphia Burke
Organization: Costa Mesa Civic Playhouse
HeadLines (Feb 1993)
Role: Katheryn
Director: John Forte
Organization: Hudson Theatre, Santa Monica
A Flea in Her Ear (May 1984)
Role: Raymonde Chandbise
Organization: CSUN
The Satyricon (Mar 1983)
Role: Fortunata
Organization: CSUN
The King and I (May 1982)
Role: Anna
Director: Jean Chamberlain
Organization: GHHS
Additional Info
Rosemary says she must have been born to act, sing and teach, because she just can’t seem to stop doing it! She’s been singing for audiences since she was six years old, and was cast in her first role in a musical at age twelve. Over the years, she's been cast in roles ranging from Anna in The King and I, to Lenya Von Bruno in Bullshot Crummond, to Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music, to the delightful bag lady, Philadelphia Burke, in the Costa Mesa Civic Playhouse production of Alan Menken’s, ‘Weird Romance’, for which she won a Best Supporting Actress Award, to Penny in the Conejo Players Theatre production of You Can't Take It With You, to Marilla Cuthbert in Anne of Green Gables at the Canyon Theatre Guild in Newhall, for which she again won the Best Supporting Actress Award for 2012. A credentialed teacher and grant writer, Rosemary trained at UCI for her multiple subject teaching credential and earned her Masters Degree in Theatre Arts at CSUN. She has been teaching for over twenty years. Throughout her career, she has taught Performing Arts/ English/Language Arts/Writing at the elementary, middle and high school levels and has directed youth in workshops and stage productions at community and regional theatres for many years. Most recently, she taught Actors and Acting, a freshman level course, for two years at CSUN. Rosemary is also a playwright, and her work has been produced at the regional theatre level.
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