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Bio – 151 words
Mignonne Profant, vocalist, is a native of Los Angeles who has worked extensively as a performer for several Southern California theater companies, including Opera Pacific and Long Beach Civic Light Opera.  As a vocalist specializing in French songs and music of the 1940’s, she has performed in numerous Southern California venues including The Cinegrill and The Gardenia in Los Angeles.  Mignonne has also been performing improvisational interactive theatre for over fifteen years and for 10 years was one of the owners of Killer Entertainment, an Orange County company specializing in customized interactive entertainment. A graduate of UCLA, Mignonne is also a cofounder of the John E. Profant Foundation for the Arts, a non-profit organization which has given over $250,000 in scholarships to students in the arts since the year 2000, as well as producing free concerts and exhibits of professional artists for the community of Santa Barbara, California.

 

Full Bio:
Mignonne Profant, president of Open Voice Live, is a motivational speaker, singer, actress and business owner who is equally comfortable with the worlds of musical theater and cabaret, board rooms and bank statements. A native of Los Angeles, she has worked extensively as a performer for several Southern California theater companies and has appeared with such celebrities as Dom DeLuise, Nell Carter, Edie Adams and Ann Blythe. As a vocalist specializing in French songs and music of the 1940’s, she performs regularly for private and corporate events throughout the greater Los Angeles area. For the past 10 years she has been part owner of Killer Entertainment, an Orange County company specializing in customized interactive entertainment, and has managed several long running shows as well as producing countless corporate events. Prior to that Ms. Profant was a member of Opera Pacific’s outreach program, the Overture Company, directing, choreographing and performing in anti-drug and environmental awareness shows for students all over Southern California. At the same time she was part of Opera Pacific’s renowned chorus on the main stage as well as choreographer for three productions. A career highlight was choreographing Die Fledermaus for director Charles Nelson Reilly, who was quoted as saying, “Mignonne Profant saved my a**!”

A Magna Cum Laude graduate of UCLA with a degree in Communications, Mignonne is also a cofounder of the John E. Profant Foundation for the Arts, a non-profit organization which has given over $250,000 in scholarships to students of the fine arts since 2000, as well as producing free concerts and exhibits of professional artists for the Santa Barbara community.

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