Jeannette DePoy, Trevor Goble, Jeremy Aggers, Bethany Anne Lind, and Ann Marie Gideon in the 2015 world premiere of Edward Foote. Photo by Greg Mooney.

Courtenay Collins

Courtenay is happily premiering in her first Theatre for Young Audiences production. Other Alliance shows: Courtenay's Cabaret: Home for the Holidays, The PromThe Geller Girls, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well ..., Into the Woods, Smart Cookie, Managing Maxine and most recently, Prom. Elsewhere: Hello, Dolly!, Calendar Girls (Georgia Ensemble Theatre); Evita, Catch Me If You Can (Atlanta Lyric Theatre). Juilliard. Courtenay is a private vocal coach, has a jewelry business (Vintage Spirit Designs) and is the queen mother of two young princes in her castle.

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