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Actor occupations
Actor occupations term Scope note
Playwright
  • Person who writes original plays, such as tragedies, comedies, or dramas, or adapts themes from fictional, historical, or narrative sources, for dramatic presentation.
Librettist
  • Person who composes text for opera, musical plays, or extended choral works, or who adapts text to accommodate the musical requirements of composers.
Author (2)

Use for: Writer

  • Person responsible for the intellectual content of books or other writings; namely someone who writes or otherwise composes books, articles, poems, plays, or other works which involve literary composition.
Bandleader (use: Conductor, Music)
Instrumentalist, Wind

Use for: Flute player, Clarinet player, Saxophone player, Flautist

  • Person who plays wind instruments, such as the flute, clarinet, oboe, or saxophone.
Instrumentalist, String

Use for: Violinist, Cellist

  • Person who plays stringed instruments, such as the violin, ukulele, or cello.
Actor

Use for: Actress

  • Person who uses movement, gesture, facial expressions, speaking, and intonation to create a fictional character for the stage, motion pictures, or television.
Instrumentalist, Percussion

Use for: Drummer

  • Person who plays percussion instruments.
Producer, Music

Use for: Record producer, Music producer

  • Person who oversees and manages the recording and production of a band or performer's music, often supervising the entire process from preproduction through to the sound recording and mixing stages.
Producer, Film

Use for: Film producer, Movie producer

  • Person who plans and coordinates various aspects of a film production, such as selecting a script, coordinating the writing, directing and editing, and arranging financing.
Producer (2)
Audio Engineer

Use for: Recording engineer

  • Person who helps to produce a recording or a performance for film, radio, television, or a live audience by editing, mixing, and adjusting sound tracks.
Choreographer
  • Creators of dances and dance movements for musical theatre or film.
Conductor, Music

Use for: Bandleader

  • Person who conducts a band, orchestra, choir, or other group of musical performers.
Instrumentalist, Keyboard

Use for: Pianist, Piano player

  • Person who plays keyboard instruments, such as the organ or piano.
Instrumentalist, Brass

Use for: Trumpet player, Trombone player

  • Person who plays brass instruments, such as the trumpet, trombone, or French horn.
Choir
  • Large organized group of singers, who may perform with or without instrumental accompaniment, in which each part is generally sung by at least two people.
Singing Group, Male
  • Organized group of male singers, who may perform with or without instrumental accompaniment, in which each part is only sung by one or two people.
Singing Group, Female
  • Organized group of female singers, who may perform with or without instrumental accompaniment, in which each part is only sung by one or two people.
Orchestra
  • Organized group of instrumentalists consisting of players of bowed string instruments, to which may be added any number of wind and percussion instrument players; normally there is more than one player for each musical part.
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