Bronwen Carson's professional career started in classical ballet at 15 with SJDT in the San Francisco Bay Area under the Artistic direction of Paul E Curtis. At 17, she joined The Cleveland Ballet under Artistic Director Dennis Nahat. She has also performed leading and supporting roles in Me and My Girl, Kismet, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Will Rogers Follies with American Musical Theatre of San Jose. In AMTSJ’s The Music Man, starring Dirk Lombard, she received a Bay Area Equity Ginny Award for her depiction of Zaneeta Shinn.
After being spotted in an open dance call by film director Randa Haines (director, "Children of a Lesser God"), she was cast in a supporting role in Ms. Haines ballroom film, “Dance With Me,” starring Vanessa Williams. Bronwen then went on to dance in a number of National commercials, Print Campaigns and more films including “Center Stage,” Choreographed by Susan Stroman.
At the encouragement of Rainda Haines and RADA alumnus Marc Jacobs, Bronwen moved to New York to pursue acting professionally. After playing a small role in a film directed by Ed Norton, "Keeping the Faith," she was advised by him to study with Terry Schreiber in NYC. Bronwen studied with Terry for 4 years, focusing on the works of Anton Chekhov, Harold Pinter, Tennessee Williams, John Guare and Sam Shepard. Bronwen is trained in Meisner, Michael Chekhov and Stanislavski techniques and now utilizes them as a director and choreographer.
Bronwen is a member of SAG, AEA and SDC. Performer Credits Include Films: "The Winter of Her" (lead), "The Ballad of Mary Jo" (lead), "Fragole" (lead), "Leave it" (supporting), "Z.Cafe" (lead) and "Blur" (lead) -- Theater: The Pacifier, The Woolgatherer (Rose), A Streetcar Named Desire (Blanche) and The Gravedigger. Director/Choreographer Credits Include: Viva America- B'dway Workshop (Assoc. Choreographer), The Cherry Orchard - Off-B’dway (Choreographer), In The Key of Cy - Off B'dwy (Assoc. Choreographer), Two Days til Dawn - Off B'dwy (Choreographer), A Tribute to Michael Jackson- 2010 Astaire Awards (Choreographer), Myopia - Neighborhood Playhouse (Director), Dim Sum - The Neighborhood Playhouse (Director), Fugue (Director) and 49th Street and Other Stories (Director/Choreographer)
In February 2011, Bronwen founded Sounding Line, a production company focused upon innovation in biomechanics, partnering, and high theatricality while staying deeply rooted in the art of storytelling. Sounding Line produces film and theatre. It’s first full- length production, 49th Street and Other Stories, is slated for a Fall 2012 Off-Broadway premiere.
Bronwen begins rehearsals as choreographer of a new musical, Jack’s Back premiering in NYC at The Gloria Maddox Theatre in May 2012, directed by John Rubin.