Beth Leona King, Voice/Acting/Musical Theater

M. M., Vocal Performance, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
M. F.A., Theater Arts, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
B. A., Vocal Music Education, Dana College

Beth is thrilled be a part of the SNJ Studio Faculty! A professional performer and arts educator for the past 20 years, Beth brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to her teaching. Beth’s extensive background in both theater and vocal music makes her uniquely able to speak to the technical, emotional/expressive, and physical requirements of performance. She is accepting both private voice and private acting students at our Millard studio.

Beth earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Music Education from Dana College, a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre Arts from The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Over the last seven years she has worked extensively as an actor and singer in the Twin Cities area, and is fortunate to have worked with the following companies:  Skylark Opera, Minnesota Orchestra, Bloomington Civic, The Guthrie, Gilbert and Sullivan Very Light Opera Company, The Day Tippers, SOAR Arts, Lyric Arts Anoka and The Seasons Dinner Theater.

Some of Beth’s favorite roles include: Reggie Fluty in The Laramie Project, Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly!  The Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Sister Robert Anne in Nunsense and Countess Rosina in The Marriage of Figaro.