Larry Mabrey has been a professional actor/singer/dancer/director for more than 25 years, and co-founder/Artistic Director of Avalon Theatre Company.  He has worked for theatres from coast-to-coast, has experience in radio, film, TV, commercial, and industrial aspects of the entertainment industry, and has served on many committees as a member of Actors’ Equity Association in Chicago, New York, and St. Louis.  Some of his New York acting credits include: Ten Little Indians (All Souls Players), Closer Than Ever (MTW), Theo Tallis, Tailor (MTW), and Faust In Vitro (LaMaMa E.T.C.).  While in Chicago his appearances included Forever Plaid (Royal George), and The Music Man (Lincolnshire Theatre). He has appeared locally at STAGES St. Louis, The Muny, Theater Factory, Historyonics, and Avalon Theatre Company. Film and TV: Reading Rainbow, Dellaventura w/Danny Aiello, Since You've Been Gone (directed by David Schwimmer), and Lulu on the Bridge w/ Harvey Keitel.  He has appeared in local and national commercials in addition to his industrial film and radio work. Recent Avalon directing credits include An O.Henry Christmas, David Mamet's Boston Marriage, and the World Premiere of Little Bosnia. Larry has also held positions with a variety of corporations throughout his career that have enabled him to develop a diverse set of business tools and skills.  His experience includes: internal auditing for Sears, Roebuck & Co.; database development for Quaker Oats Co.; marketing analysis for American Express; external affairs and communications for the School of Business and Technology at Webster University; and director of the Center for Professional Development (CfPD) at Webster University. Through the CfPD, he leads and facilitates seminars in leadership and customer service and develops customized leadership and professional development programs for regional, national and international organizations and companies.  Larry holds a BFA in Theatre Arts from Stephens College and has completed the coursework for his MFA in Arts Management and Leadership which explores all aspects of operating and leading not-for-profit arts organizations.

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