Eitra’s career in the arts and entertainment industry so far proves that experience and training come in many shapes, sizes and forms. Numerous credits and opportunities from numerous areas of the industy have come his way, including work in news anchoring, hosting of a college television show, voice-over work, Latin/ballroom dancing, singing/song-writing, acting on stage/camera and more. He’s landed a wide-range of roles, from a homeless child eating out of a dumpster, to a self-indulgent, popular guy wanna be, who only wants to get his roomate to be as popular as he thinks he is. Although he works to maintain a successful career in the entertainment industry, he strives to be even more successful in contributing to the community and planet at-large.
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“REALITY TV PILOT” Host Student Production
“OFF-CAMPUS” Lead Student Production
“SEX – THE MUSICAL” Supporting Student Production
“OMG, I’M DATING A VAMPIRE” Starring Student Production
“THE BREAK UP” Starring Student Production
“MATH IS LOVE” Starring Student Production
“AGE APPROPRIATE” Supporting Student Production
“SLICES OF LIFE II” Supporting Student Production
“FAMILY WEEKEND” Supporting Cutler Majestic, Boston, MA
“NEW STUDENT REVIEW” Supporting Semel Theatre, Boston, MA
“THE MUSIC MAN” Lead H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA
“PIRATES OF PENZANCE Supporting H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA
“INTO THE WOODS” Lead H-B Woodlawn Auditorium, Arlington, VA
“TOO BEE OR NOT TO BEE…” Supporting Garde Theatre, New London, CT
Conflicts upon request.
– Composer/Producer of original album, “Instrumentalitis”
– 20 Min. Solo Performance Piece
– Emerson College Lions Mascot
– Live On-Air Hip-Hop DJ for WERS 88.9
– 1st place at District and State competition: Radio Pre-Produced: “World Hunger,” Roanoke, VA and 1st place at Television News Anchor National Competition Kansas City, MO.
– Gave the acceptance speech for my grandmother, Adrienne Kennedy’s Honorary Doctorate, from Ohio State University
SOCAPA – New York City (on-camera technique/Stanislavski Method).
Marian Seldes (technique & theory).
Accents, singing/songwriting/composing, dance, photography.
BA in Theatre Education, Emerson College, School of Performing Arts.
Height: 5’6’’ Weight: 130 lbs. Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown