Shakespeare and the History of Black Actors, Classical Acting Program
LeeAnet Noble graduated Magna Cum Laude from Howard University and is certified in Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion from Purdue University. As an actor, director, choreographer, musician, and writer her career has spanned over twenty years working with STOMP, Drumstruck, The Irish Repertory Theatre, Disney’s The Lion King Experience, Disney on Broadway, Bono, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Sheryl Crow, Wynton Marsalis, Charles S. Dutton, Danny Glover, Sosh France, Kenny Ortega, Adidas, Tumblr, Yahoo, Woolrich, Refinery29, and more. Her original one-woman shows have premiered Off-Broadway at The Zipper Theatre and at 54Below in New York City. Alongside her mother Lauretta Noble, she is the co-director of the Internationally critically acclaimed dance troupe Team Vicious, (Rick Owens, Lauryn Hill, Carrie Mae Weems, Gabourey Sidibe, Jennifer Lawrence, Flaunt.) Her original productions have been produced at Madison Square Garden, The Stade de Bercy in Paris, and The Kennedy Center. Her work diversifying fashion and creating inclusive spaces in the arts has been inducted into museums around the world including The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum at FIT, The Brooklyn Museum amongst others and featured in major magazines worldwide including Vogue, Elle, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Guardian, Dazed, Ms, Ebony, and many more. She is currently on Senior Staff at Shakespeare Theatre Company as the Director of Equity and Enrichment where she most recently curated Amen Baldwin: A Living Celebration and Co-Directed and produced the star-studded digital gala, Shakespeare Everywhere. She is passionate about creating change and celebrating inclusivity through the arts. For more information, please visit leeanet.com.