NICOLE KYOUNG-MI LAMBERT

Actress. Singer. Dancer. Educator.

Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert is a Chicago-based, Afro-Korean American singer, dancer, actress and educator. She moved to Chicago from O’Fallon, IL to study Music Education at the Chicago College of Performing Arts. It was there that she learned how much she loved performing on stage as well as educating off stage. It was also during her college years that Nicole finally had the chance to train as a dancer. Lambert is a proud former member of Boom Crack Dance Company and a former teacher at Bell Elementary and Lou Conte Dance Studio. Nicole’s favorite theater credits include: Six on Broadway, Citadel Theater,  Chicago Shakespeare Theater and the American Repertory Theater, Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors  (Mercury Theater Chicago), Sour Kangaroo in Seussical the Musical (Marriott Theater), Memphis and In the Heights (Porchlight Theater), Mimi in Rent (Brightside Theater). Nicole has her BA in Music Education at Roosevelt University and is represented by DDO Chicago. Nicole also specializes in vocal coaching and is currently accepting new students. IG: @nila_kyoungmi

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