Molly Fuller

Molly Fuller M.M. ’24

  • Adjunct Professor of Music
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    Molly Hill Fuller M.M. ’24 is an actor, singer, and dancer originally from Goshen, Indiana. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre Performance and from Carthage College with a Master of Music in Music Theatre Voice Pedagogy.

    She currently works as an adjunct instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and Carthage College, teaching private voice, choreography, musical theatre song analysis, and class voice. She has also enjoyed choreographing musicals, concerts, and show choir selections at Huntington University and Goshen High School. ]

    For the past four years, Ms. Fuller has been an active actor, choreographer, director, and youth educator at The Round Barn Theatre in Nappanee, Indiana, where she made her professional directorial debut with “The Secret Garden.” She also spent a summer performing with the Northern Lakes Arts Association in Ely, Minn. as a member of their Broadway in the Boundary Waters Company (Godspell/Songs for a New World) and has performed in other regional houses such as Farmers Alley Theatre, The Barn Theatre, and the North Coast Theatre Festival. Ms. Fuller’s favorite performance credits include Ariel in “The Little Mermaid” (RBT), Julie Jordan in “Carousel” (RBT), Sally in “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” (RBT), Logainne in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (The Barn Theatre) for which she received a Wilde Award for Best Supporting Actress, Lilly in “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse” (Farmers Alley Theatre), Little Sally in “Urinetown” (WMU), and Debbie Reynolds in “What a Glorious Feeling” (North Coast Theatre Festival).

    As a teaching artist, Ms. Fuller has also directed three full youth productions: “Frozen Kids!,” “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown,” and “Moana Jr.;” led masterclasses; and provided workshops for area schools to aid with the college audition process. As a voice teacher, she has taught privately at the Music Institute of Chicago and the Kenosha Academy of the Performing Arts.

    When Ms. Fuller isn’t teaching or performing, you can find her teaching fitness classes at the Kenosha YMCA.

    • M.M. Music Theatre Voice Pedagogy, Carthage College
    • B.F.A. Musical Theatre Performance, Western Michigan University
    • MUS 2640/2650 Musical Theatre Techniques III and IV
    • Applied Voice Lessons