Brady Frome, a Los Angeles native, has loved musical theater since his first appearance in a grammar school production of Grease. A stage veteran by the age of 16, his theater credits include The Gathering opposite Theodore Bikel, the critically acclaimed Haven: The Musical, the lead in We at the Pasadena Playhouse Balcony, the lead in Blank Canvas at the Odyssey and the lead in Last Right Before the Void at the Secret Rose. Brady also has credits in film, commercials (Stinkblasters, Paaws and Vans), television (PBS’ Madison Heights, Improv High pilot) and music videos, including the award-winning UNITED, which premiered at the United Nations in New York. Brady left the stage to concentrate on his education, receiving his bachelor’s degree in Theater Education from Emerson College and his master’s degree in Secondary Education from Loyola Marymount University. He is currently proud to be the Musical Theater Director at Millikan Middle School Performing Arts Magnet in Sherman Oaks, California.



Master of Arts, Secondary Education
May 2013
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

Single Subject Teaching Credential in English
May 2013
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

Bachelor of Arts, Theater Education
May 2011
Emerson College, Boston, MA


Musical Theater Director, Millikan Middle School, Sherman Oaks, CA
October 2013 to Present
Responsible for producing two musicals per year, including directing, set design, working with musical director and choreographer, managing lighting and sound, publicity and merchandising.
Coordinate parent and professional involvement in productions.
Teach basic through advanced acting classes to Performing Arts Magnet students and general student population.

Student Teacher, Westchester Enriched Science Magnets, L.A., CA
January - June 2013
Designed curricula and taught two 10th grade English classes, one of which was Honors level.
Incorporated drama background into Shakespearean lesson, having students “translate” Shakespeare into modern day English and present the scenes to the class.
Devised lessons to accommodate students with IEP’s and special needs.

Educator, Culver City Middle School, Culver City, CA
September 2012 - January 2013
Taught an after-school Acting I class, concentrating on scene and character development, writing, improv and scene composition.
Developed curricula and lesson plans to encourage teamwork, self-confidence, presentation skills and creativity.

Student Teacher, Chelsea High School, Chelsea, MA
January - May 2011
Designed curricula and taught two Drama I Workshop acting classes comprised of students in all grade levels and students with IEPs.
Co-taught a Drama II acting class, which included several students with special needs.


Director, Westwood Charter Mini Players, L.A., CA
September 2011 - March 2013
Performed as director of an after-school theater program at Westwood Charter Elementary School (LAUSD).
Duties included working with children on singing, dancing, acting, choreography, improv, set and prop design and script writing – all leading to a musical production at the end of the session.

Director, Children’s Concert,  Loyola Marymount University, L.A., CA
August - October 2012
Leading to a successful and well-reviewed collaborative performance with the LMU orchestra, responsibilities included auditioning and casting children to narrate and pantomime roles for a classical orchestral piece.
Created the narrative script for the storytellers and worked with students to effectively portray their characters without using words.

Behavioral and Therapeutic Aide, Private Family, Boston, MA
February 2010 - June 2011
Assisted physically and developmentally disabled teen with daily routines, socialization, exercise and therapies.
Controlled physical and emotional outbursts and regulated behavior.

Peer Facilitator, Choices Alcohol and Drug Education Program, Boston, MA
September 2007 - June 2009
Taught two-hour classes twice a week to college students.
Assisted students in understanding the risks associated with alcohol consumption and the impact alcohol and drugs can have on their college and life experiences.


Kappa Delta Pi (International Education Honor Society) Member
Loyola Marymount University 2013

Theatre Education Major Representative
Emerson College (2008-2009) liaison between faculty and students

Dean’s Honor List
Emerson College (2010, 2011)

Community Service Award
Milken Community High School (2003-2007) Awarded for participation in numerous community service programs including Hurricane Katrina Relief (in Mississippi and Louisiana), Koreh LA (teaching underprivileged children how to read), and SibShop (working with siblings of children with special needs)

 Award Winning Playwright in Los Angeles High School Competition

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