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Chelsea Chimilar hails from Winnipeg, Canada and is a member of the performance faculty serving as a Teaching Assistant Professor within the UND Theatre Arts Department. She received the gold medal for her Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from Brandon University School of Music and graduated with Master’s Degrees in Musical Theatre/Opera Performance, as well as Vocal Pedagogy from Arizona State University. As head of the dance minor, her focus at UND involves teaching all dance and Acting 1 classes, leading recruitment efforts, and directing/choreographing theatre productions. Some of the productions she has directed/choregraphed at UND include: Sweeney Todd (choreography), Pump Boys and Dinettes (choreography), Songs for a New World (direction/choreography), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (direction/choreography), and Rabbit Hole (direction). Chelsea's experience in audition training and technique, advanced expression and interpretation, Broadway/Opera scenes, vocal pedagogy, and musical theatre dance has helped her develop a well-rounded approach to the needs of the performing artist.
BMus Voice Performance
MM Musical Theatre/Opera Performance
MM Vocal Pedagogy