Fall Term 2017
Lynnea Barry
Background, professional training and performance history
Lynnea has been performing her entire life. Her mother likes to tell the story, “she would arrange her dolls to be her audience, and Lynnea would sing and dance for them.” Lynnea’s kindergarten teacher proclaims that, “She is the only one, who sings in the bathroom!” Can you blame her? There was probably great acoustics in there. As a young child she began performing dance shows at Senior Centers, County Fairs, and local malls in the Southern California area. She auditioned and performed in her first Musical Theater production at the age of 9, and continued throughout her youth performing locally in Eugene's Community Theater. In High School she remained involved in the preforming arts, and spent time in Japan, and Italy as a fashion model where she did runway and editorial work.
Lynnea has a degree in Musical Theater and Dance Performance from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in Manhattan, and has been working in front of the camera or on the stage ever since. Some television/radio credits include: Just Shoot Me, CSI-Miami, Reba, Golfing Thru...Hawaii, and Jole Agnew's Entertainment Talk Radio. Film/commercial credits include: Incubus music video, Talk Shows On Mute, The Hawaii Islands, Kauai, and Dark Hear. Additional musical theater credits include Cabaret (Sally Bowels) ProArts, Tony & Tina’s Wedding (Donna) Big Apple Productions, Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey) MauiOnStage, Talking With (Marks) Revolver productions, Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Gemini) MauiOnStage, No More Secrets (Jenny) Maui Academy Performing Arts, Vagina Monologues (Hair) Women Helping Women, and Kit Kat Club Cabaret (lead performer) Ellen Peterson Productions.
Lynnea has been featured in The Shedd Theatricals including: Whoopee (Harriet Underwood), How to Succeed... (Hedy LaRue), Babes In Arms (Delores Reynolds) and Gentleman Prefer Blondes.
Instruments & classes taught
Lynnea also worked as an instructor with The Shedds 2015 summer Musical Theater Training Academy. She is a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified personal trainer, and implements, Pilates, Yoga, and strength exercises into her methods for improving the mind body awareness of the Performing Artist.
LYNNEA BARRY is thrilled to be performing in OFAM 2016. She was last seen in The Shedds production of Anything Goes as the sassy Erma Latour. Other productions at The Shedd include (Harriett Underwood) Whoopee!, (Hedy LaRue) in How to Succeed…. (Delores Reynolds) Babes In Arms, and Gentleman Prefer Blondes. Lynnea has a degree in Musical Theater and Dance Performance from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in Manhattan, New York. Additional credits include (Sally Bowels) Cabaret ProArts, (Donna) Tony & Tina’s Wedding Big Apple Productions, (Co-Host) Golfing Thru ...Hawaii OC16/KFVF Network.
2014
Aug 1-10Shedd Theatricals 2014Gentlemen Prefer BlondesSilva
Dec 5-21Shedd Theatricals 2014Babes In ArmsJaqua
2015
Jun 19-28Shedd Theatricals 2015How To Succeed In Business Without Really TryingJaqua
Jul 31-Aug 9Shedd Theatricals 2015Whoopee!Jaqua
Dec 6-20Shedd Theatricals 2015Anything GoesJaqua
2016
Jul 29-Aug 7Shedd Theatricals 2016On The TownJaqua
Aug 9OFAM 2016I'll Be Seeing YouJaqua
Aug 11OFAM 2016Somewhere In The South PacificJaqua
Aug 12OFAM 2016Keep The Home Fires BurningJaqua
Sep 16-Oct 2Shedd Theatricals 2016Oliver!Jaqua
2017
Jul 21-30Shedd Theatricals 2017Good News!Jaqua
Aug 4OFAM 2017Star DustJaqua
Aug 8OFAM 2017Heat WaveJaqua
Aug 10OFAM 2017Star DustJaqua
Oct 27-Nov 5Jazz Kings 2017-18Keep Your Sunny Side Up
Dec 1-17Shedd Theatricals 2017Singin' In The RainJaqua
Lynnea Barry teaches these Fall Term 2017 courses:
Fridays
9:30 amPrivate Lesson
Music School Registrar
541.434.7015
Current term catalog PDF
Current Term catalog PDF
Fall Term 2017
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