Vanessa Michaud

Vanessa Michaud

Vanessa Michaud is a second-year law student at American University Washington College of Law. She hails from Miami, Florida and is a graduate of the University of Miami with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree and a Theatre Arts minor. While in college, she interned at various places including the US Senate, but has never lost her love for theater. She has performed in various theater productions since high school, gaining recognition at the district and state level, and loves getting the chance to watch plays and musicals despite her busy schedule. Vanessa hopes to be an entertainment lawyer with a focus in theater, having recently completed an internship with the legal department at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. 




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BWW Review: Energetic and Passionate Spanish Adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS Makes Its U.S. Premiere At GALA Hispanic TheatreBWW Review: Energetic and Passionate Spanish Adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS
Posted: Apr. 23, 2017


BWW Review: Modernized AS YOU LIKE IT Delights at the Folger TheatreBWW Review: Modernized AS YOU LIKE IT Delights at the Folger Theatre
Posted: Feb. 1, 2017


BWW Review: Unspoken TAMING OF THE SHREW Speaks Colorful Volumes at Synetic TheaterBWW Review: Unspoken TAMING OF THE SHREW Speaks Colorful Volumes
Posted: Feb. 21, 2017


BWW Interview: Kate Hamill's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY Puts a Contemporary Spin on a Classic StoryKate Hamill's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY Puts a Contemporary Spin on a Classic Story
Posted: Sep. 21, 2016


BWW Review: Energetic and Passionate Spanish Adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS Makes Its U.S. Premiere At GALA Hispanic TheatreBWW Review: Energetic and Passionate Spanish Adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS Makes Its U.S. Premiere At GALA Hispanic Theatre
April 23, 2017

Directed and choreographed by Luis Salgado, the U.S. premiere of the Spanish-adaptation of IN THE HEIGHTS reminds audiences of the importance of family and to celebrate who they are. Universal themes of hope and pride are exemplified in the music and lyrics expertly crafted by Lin-Manuel Miranda and brought to life by the diverse cast at GALA Hispanic Theatre.

BWW Review: Unspoken TAMING OF THE SHREW Speaks Colorful Volumes at Synetic TheaterBWW Review: Unspoken TAMING OF THE SHREW Speaks Colorful Volumes at Synetic Theater
February 21, 2017

Starring and directed by award-winning Irina Tsikurishvili, Synetic Theater proves that Shakespeare's words are not the only memorable attributes of his plays with their modern, Hollywood-spoofing adaptation of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.

BWW Review: Modernized AS YOU LIKE IT Delights at the Folger TheatreBWW Review: Modernized AS YOU LIKE IT Delights at the Folger Theatre
February 1, 2017

Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch, AS YOU LIKE IT at the Folger Theatre is not your typical Shakespeare play experience. While the theater itself transports you to 1600s London in a replica of an Elizabethan theater, this version of the classic, comedic tale allows the audience to savor the production through a more unconventional lens with added artistic elements and modern costumes.

BWW Interview: Kate Hamill's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY Puts a Contemporary Spin on a Classic StoryBWW Interview: Kate Hamill's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY Puts a Contemporary Spin on a Classic Story
September 21, 2016

Kate Hamill's fresh adaptation of the Jane Austen classic SENSE AND SENSIBILITY made its DC premiere at the Folger Theatre on September 13th. Director Eric Tucker and Choreographer Alexandra Beller took time out of their busy schedules to answer my questions on the emphasis on movement and choreography on the production and how it brings new life to the beloved Austen novel for audiences of today.

BWW Review: Electric MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Thrills at the Warner TheatreBWW Review: Electric MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Thrills at the Warner Theatre
April 6, 2016

With a pleasing balance of comedic and serious moments, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET at the Warner Theatre transported audiences to that historical day in 1954 where rock n' roll legends Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley got together for a spontaneous jam session, marking a pivotal moment in rock n' roll music history.

BWW Review: Broadway Divas and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Bring Girl Power to the StrathmoreBWW Review: Broadway Divas and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Bring Girl Power to the Strathmore
April 4, 2016

Talented vocalists Christina Bianco, N'Kenge, Kristen Plumley, and Mandy Gonzalez, in conjunction with Jack Everly and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, headlined the concert of classic songs from the Great White Way to honor some of the most beloved Broadway divas and musicals of our time at the Music Center at Strathmore.

BWW Interview: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET'S Evan Buckley Harris on Playing Johnny Cash and April 3 Shows at Warner TheatreBWW Interview: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET'S Evan Buckley Harris on Playing Johnny Cash and April 3 Shows at Warner Theatre
March 28, 2016

On Sunday, April 3rd, Washington, D.C., Metro Area audiences will have a chance to be transported to a historical day in 1956 at Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET shows how four of the biggest names in music - Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, and Carl Perkins - got together for the spontaneous jam session that was later hailed as one of the most influential moments in rock n' roll music history. Evan Buckley Harris, who plays Johnny Cash, took time out of his busy schedule to answer some questions for BroadwayWorld.com - Washington, DC about playing Johnny Cash and what audiences should expect.