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Laurie Bulaoro

Youth on Stage, Inc. Founder and Producing Director, Laurie Bulaoro has been creating theatre, as a performer, educator and producer for over 35 years.  An accomplished actor and singer, Laurie attended The College of Santa Fe (NM) and the British American Drama Academy (BADA in London) where she received a BFA in Acting. Laurie lived in NYC where she trained with David Gideon of the Lee Strasberg Institute and Paul Gavert and Mark Planner of the Paul Gavert Voice Studio. A longtime member of Actor’s Equity Association (AEA), she has performed regionally with the Dallas Theater Center, The Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art, Stage West, WaterTower Theatre, Echo Theatre Company, Lyric Stage and the Granbury Opera House (Texas), Surflight Theatre, (NJ), Rockwell Productions, (PA), New England Lyric Operetta, (CT), Brooklyn Heights Players, (NY) and the Greer Garson Theatre Center, (NM). Laurie toured Europe with Wolfgang Bocksch’ European production of My Fair Lady and performed A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Almeida Theatre in London. Laurie is a two-time Dallas Theatre League Leon Rabin Award nominee, recipient of Dallas’ The Column Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical, and Fort Worth Weekly’s Best of the Metroplex Actress of the Year in a Musical.

Laurie has worked in every aspect of theatre production: marketing director, producer, director, vocal coach, playwright, composer, wardrobe mistress, lighting and sound design. She has taught acting classes (ages 4-adult) and private voice lessons for several professional theatre schools including: Casa Mañana (TX), The Dallas Theatre Center (TX) and Kids Who Care (TX).  She founded FemmeSoul Productions: one person shows telling the stories of ordinary women leading extraordinary lives. She has produced, written and filmed two video documentaries about the Marianist missions in India and Mexico.

Laurie is a Certified Early Childhood Teacher and has taught acting classes, locally, for  Dickinson Fine Arts Academy, ECDC Notre Dame/St. Mary’s and Wee Friends Early Childhood Program. She is currently on staff at The Early Learning Center in Granger, IN.

Laurie is married to Arnel and has two children, Richard (13) and Elise (11).

Hear Laurie sing “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man”  as Julie in the Lyric Stage of Dallas’ production of Show Boat.

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