Colette Boudreaux has been professionally performing since the age of 5. She grew up in Knoxville, TN, dancing and singing competitively while working as a child model. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2008 and shortly thereafter had the honor of performing for Dr. Maya Angelou at the opening of the Faison Firehouse Theatre in NYC. She is a sought-after educator and performing artist, working across the board in multiple genres and disciplines. Holding a master’s degree from Manhattan School of Music in vocal performance, Ms. Boudreaux teaches private lessons in voice, acting and dance (she also is a current instructor at 3D Dance in Northampton). As co-founder of American Monarch Theatre Company, Easton’s own professional, non-profit theatre, she strives to enhance culture and appreciation for the performing arts on a daily basis. She wants every student to see the value of the performing arts and more importantly, through theatre, find the value he/she has to offer the world whether it is through performance or not.