Callie Fabac is a passionate artist with a wide range of interests. She got her start in Kansas City-based community theatre at age 7 and then began acting professionally at age 14. Currently, she is pursuing an Acting BFA from Elon University, where she has studied anything from The Greeks to Clowning to Michael Chekhov. While in college, she has also grown interested in performance art, devised theatre, and theatrical intimacy.
Upcoming & Recent Work
Offstage and out of class, Callie enjoys making coffee, drinking coffee, and eating Thai food. She loves having thoughtful, enthusiastic discussions on anything from political theory to sci-fi movies. And she hopes to employ her interests through other avenues, be it playwriting or devising. She is also extremely interested in pedagogy and would love to get her MFA and teach someday.
As Callie finishes her senior year of college, she is preparing a senior showcase consisting of two scenes and a monologue. In addition, Callie was cast in the short film The Visitor, a drama with a sci-fi twist, directed by Collin Kerr. She dove into directing for the first time by working on an anti-war drama called Shock and Awe. This short play was constructed by John Lee Rudolph and premiered at Elon University. Finally, Callie is writing a series of short plays and poems.
If you’re interested in connecting and collaborating with Callie, please reach out! She can’t wait to hear from you.