Patrice LeBlanc is a composer and playwright who lives in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. She holds a M.A. degree in Musical Theatre with a certificate in Music Composition from Regis University. Patrice created a one-act musical, Passages, as her Capstone Thesis and began her journey as a playwright and composer. She has written and collaborated numerous musicals and has produced shows under her production company L & M Productions. Some of the favorable shows include Call Me Ned which premiered at the Frozen Dead Guy Festival in 2019, Where is Millie, a social distanced melodrama in 2020 and Prohibition in 2021.
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MORE ABOUT ME
Theater will survive any condition. The pandemic forced the theater world to become innovative and resourceful in order to remain. I witnessed amazing triumphs during the pandemic of artists who made their voices known and prevailed in spite of all the obstacles. I experienced a need for theater in the midst of tragedy and how it brought communities together. Theater made us reflect, ponder and contemplate series subject matter. Theater also entertained, enlightened and raised our spirits. The magic of theater allowed us to submerge ourselves in another world temporarily and gave us a breath from reality. I create works because I feel it is my duty as an artist to reflect back my perception of society. I do this through stories of the human experience.
WHAT I'M WORKING ON
2020: A Greek Tragedy
Historical Adaptations, musical, farce, holiday, Young Audiences