Alison Campbell
Actor, Singer
“…the highest praise really ought to go to Alison Campbell’s Juliet, who in her solo speeches held (even intensified) the audience’s engagement with the play.”
– Patrick Toner, Writer/Instructor UNB

A recent graduate of the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, Alison is eager and excited to begin her professional career. Originally from Quispamsis, New Brunswick, Alison began performing at the age of nine. She was an original cast member of a children’s performance troupe, touring to various public schools and entertaining young and old alike in countless productions over the span of eight years.

Growing up in an affluent theatre community gave Alison opportunities to perform in such roles as Juliet (Romeo and Juliet), Narrator (Joseph…Dreamcoat), Rosalia (West Side Story), Mercy Lewis (The Crucible) and Annie (Leader of the Pack) to name a few. Alison competed in the NB Provincial Drama Festival four years running. At the 2007 competition, she received an award for Outstanding Featured Actress for her role of Faye in I Bring You Flowers.

Alison’s first taste of professional theatre came when she was offered a role at the Water Street Dinner Theatre in Saint John, NB. There she took on the role of Paige LePage, the “Ginger” character in the musical Cruisin’ based on the popular television show “Gilligan’s Island.” It was on that stage when she realized a career in musical theatre was the only path for her!

At The Randolph Academy, Alison proceeded to hone her talents under the wonderful guidance of Ron Singer, Michael Donovan, Jeffrey Huard, Jeannie Wyse and John Hughes to name a few. It was at RAPA that Alison played the roles of Daughter in Eugene Ionesco’s Killing Game, directed by Rosanna Saracino and the peppy pageant contestant Dana in the musical Smile, directed by Jim Betts and Marek Norman. Alison was also nominated for the coveted Triple Threat Award upon graduation in summer of 2009.

In addition to her passion for the stage, Alison has also been an accomplished violinist. With her orchestra she performed in Disney World and was also a member of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra in 2006.

Alison owes everything to her incredibly supportive family and friends, and cannot wait for her next opportunity to get on stage!