Ruth K Brown

Ruth K Brown

Experience with theatres in MI, DE, MD, PA and NJ

Actor and director in Elkton, Maryland

About Ruth

I began acting at an early age with my sister during a grade school talent show. Our mother made Raggedy Ann and Andy costumes and we lip synced to a record while doing our own choreography. Since that point I fell in love with all things theatrical. I was in every high school production and even studied acting for a time in college. Even though not a professional actor, I am an accomplished one in many communities with many awards and critical acclaim. Once I began to age, I started to direct and have been told I am an "actor's director" because working to obtain the best possible performance from each person on stage goes far to making a production successful. Now since I am retired from my day jobs, I am focusing on theatre. I now serve on several Boards of Directors of arts support organizations and I am President of a new online tool called Aim for Applause (www.aimforapplause.com) to connect authors of original works and producing venues. Check it out or ask me questions ... I am here to serve!!


Name: Ruth K Brown

Lives in: Elkton, Maryland

Company: Experience with theatres in MI, DE, MD, PA and NJ

Occupation: Actor and Director

Credits

  • Agnes of God

    Agnes of God (2014)
    Theater by Chapel Street Players Mother Miriam Ruth

  • Steel Magnolias

    Steel Magnolias (2013)
    Theater by Wilmington Drama League Ouiser Boudreaux

  • Dead Man's Cell Phone

    Dead Man's Cell Phone (2012)
    Theater by Bootless Artworks Harriet Gottlieb

  • Arsenic and Old Lace

    Arsenic and Old Lace (2011)
    Theater by Players Club of Swarthmore Martha Brewster

  • Collected Stories

    Collected Stories (2007)
    Theater by Players Club of Swarthmore Ruth Steiner

  • Various

    Various (2000)
    Theater by Various Various

Awards

  • Reedy Point Players Outstanding Achievement in Acting - Nursing Home in “Colorblind: Katrina Monologues”
    (2010)

  • Eastern States Theatre Association Outstanding Achievement in Acting – Nursing Home in “Colorblind: Katrina Monologues”
    (2010)

  • Liverpool International Theater Festival Outstanding Director – “Fin and Euba”
    (2009)

  • Eastern States Theatre Association Adjudicators’ Award of Merit – Ruth in “The Art of Self Defense”
    (2005)

  • Eastern States Theatre Association Excellence in Acting – Cel in “The Most Massive Woman Wins
    (2004)

  • Delaware Theater Association Certificate for Acting – Cel in “The Most Massive Woman Wins
    (2004)

  • Ann Arbor Festival of Original Plays Best Actress – Annette in “Tuesday’s Child”
    (1994)

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