Theatre Arts and Dance
Performing and Visual Arts
A favorite performer and vocal coach throughout Colorado for the past 25 years, Ms. Webb has worked with Midtown Arts Center for the past 5 years on shows including roles such as Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables (nominated for True West Best supporting actress, voted audience favorite, Henry-nominated for best musical and best musical direction), Bloody Mary (South Pacific—Henry-nominated for best supporting actress, Broadway World Nominee for Best Supporting Actress), Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Justice (Rock of Ages), Emma Goldman (Ragtime) , and Louise (Always, Patsy Cline—Henry Winner for Best Leading Actress). She has also appeared at Starkey Theatrix, The Union Colony Dinner Theater, Carousel Dinner Theatre, Greeley Stampede Troupe, Little Theatre of the Rockies, and the Greeley Philharmonic and Fort Collins Symphony.
Ms. Webb has a BA in Music Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado. Ms . Webb also was the National Anthem Singer for the Colorado Avalanche from 1996-98. Ms. Webb has taught throughout Colorado, and teaches all ages. She began teaching as an assistant to the director of the Colorado Academy of the Arts, and continued to teach there for over 10 years. She also taught in Fort Collins at Washington Core Elementary School, where she developed core knowledge curriculum and was asked to present her lesson plans at the National Core Knowledge Convention.
Ms. Webb also was the director of vocal jazz at CSU for 2 years and developed a show choir that toured Colorado, as well as maintaining a private studio. She has taught privately for over 20 years, and is known for her positive coaching style and her use of Act/Sing technique to truly develop the emotional connection between the singer and the material. Currently, she acts as the music supervisor at Midtown Arts Center, and coaches performers across Colorado for auditions and shows. Ms. Webb also teaches a musical theatre rep and performance workshop at Greeley Central High School and has directed and music directed several shows there since 2007. She also is one of the founding teachers of DPAC- the Durango Performing Arts Camp and inspires students to look at their repertoire from an acting standpoint as well as from a vocal one. This will be her 13th year at DPAC. She also is a one of a founding educators at the Odessa College Musical Theatre workshop, teaching with acclaimed drama coach Brett Scott and Christopher Johnson, former company member of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Ms. Webb is a proud member of AEA. You can follow her at @jalynniebee on Instagram or @The Academy at Midtown Arts Center on Facebook.