Introducing Alumnus Taylor Bradley

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Taylor Bradley is the founder and president of 48 Hours Theatre Inc., a new non-profit production/educational company that serves both Ventura and Los Angeles County. She graduated from the University of Iowa in 2012 with a BA in Theatre Arts and English Literature with an emphasis in Playwriting. She's been directing for 6 years, writing/producing for 8, and performing for 18. Some of her favorite roles include Audrey in "Little Shop of Horrors," Emily in "Our Town," and Sabina in "The Skin of Our Teeth" at Moorpark College.

She helped build the educational foundation at High Street Arts Center, and is now helping to build the foundation of the Performing Arts Alumni Association at Moorpark College. She has written and produced six original full-length plays and is currently wrapping up the second season of her webseries, which she co-wrote/directed with Kyle Duncan, called, "Italiano Americana."

She's hosted multiple fundraiser events/galas, has been teaching acting, playwriting, and directing to kids ages 7-18 for almost 5 years, and has launched a children's production company within 48 Hours Theatre, called 24 Hours that works to produce and promote new works written/directed by kids. She also works part-time for Hollywood Event companies that produce and staff such events as The Academy Awards, The Hollywood Christmas Parade, movie premieres, and fundraiser events. In her spare time she posts songs, monologues, vlogs, short-films, and webseries' on her YouTube channel, discusses art, theatre, and photography on her Wordpress blog, and sells prints of her collages, photography, and other artwork on Etsy. She has also recently started taking headshots professionally for actors in Ventura County who are just starting out in the industry. She is a social media fanatic, and looks forward to watching 48 Hours develop into a flourishing, creative, and ever evolving outlet for younger generations to explore theatre, music, and art in a new, innovative way.