Aaron Boudreaux

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About
Aaron Boudreaux is a New York-based performer with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theatre Performance from The University of Oklahoma’s Weitzenhoffer College of Fine Arts. A born and raised Texan, he started performing in community theatre productions around The Woodlands area just north of Houston at eight. Before attending college, he performed in various community and regional theatres in the downtown Houston area, including the Hobby Center’s ACT@TUTS, Generations Theatre, and Masquerade Theatre.

While at The University of Oklahoma, he performed in many college productions, including Sunday in the Park with George, Avenue Q, Carousel, The Drowsy Chaperone, Carrie, La Cage aux Folles, and Ragtime. He also worked professionally with Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Rep, and Broadway Rose Theatre Company in Tigard, Oregon. After college, he traveled across the world to perform in the OD Musical Company of South Korea’s touring production of Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

Aaron’s approach to performing is one of joy and fun. If you have a good time, then your audience will have a good time. The main goal of Aaron’s method is to help others find their artistic truths, whether it be for personal or professional aspirations.
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