Noelle has been performing and teaching for over seventeen years. She received her dance training at the Joel Hall Dancers & Center, Northside Dance Theatre, and Gus Giordano Jazz Dance School in Chicago and has performed with Janet Jackson and Paula Abdul. After receiving her B.FA. in Theatre arts with a concentration in Theatre Management and a Minor in Educational Studies from the Theatre School at Depaul University, Noelle has gone on to work for youth advocate and arts prison reform orgs, such as, Storycatchers Theatre, and the Outside-In program at Depaul University. She has also gone on to teach theatre, dance, and youth-centered body positivity classes in juvenile detention centers across Chicago and Portland. One of her missions is reminding those at the top that arts education matters!
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