Acting Department, Resident Artist
Emilee Dupré is the ultimate triple threat: a wonderful actress, singer, and dancer. Having grown up on the stage, Dupré knows what it takes to get to Broadway. Emilee has originated roles in Broadway shows Chaplin and The People in the Picture, Off-Broadway in Venice,The Blue Flower, and many more. She has traversed the country three times with National Tours of Fosse, A Chorus Line, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, as well as having performed at incredible venues across the world.
Dupré holds a BFA in Theater from New York University. She received her acting training at The Atlantic Theater Company and CAP 21, and has studied with some of the best choreographers, singing and acting coaches around: Henry LeTang, Ann Reinking, Gwen Verdon, Gregory Hines, Ben Vereen, Javier Dubroq, Andy Blankenbuehler, William H. Macy, Scott Zigler, Anya Saffir, Raina Von Waldenburg, Paul Lazar, Clark Middleton, Josh Pais, Susan Finch, Bryan Perri, Bruce Kolb, and more. Emilee has worked alongside some of the best in the business.
Recently, Emilee starred in the indie film Waiting on Mary, for which she has been nominated Best Actress. She also received rave reviews after for her performance in the world premiere of the play Moneymaker, as well as a wild and delightful re-interpreted Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the freeFall Theater. Dupré is a proud member of two New York City acting companies: Upstart Creatures: a non-profit theater company feeding mind, body and soul in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City (Co-Artistic Directors Michael Barakiva and Suzanne Agins); and The New Circle Theater Company (formally Circle Repertory Co. with Artistic Director Michael Warren Powell): fostering provoking new works from renowned artists in the NYC community.