Jacque Carnahan is a graduate of Idyllwild Arts Academy and The Boston Conservatory with a BFA cum laude in Musical Theatre and minor in Theatre Dance. As a performer, Jacque originated the role of Lydia Bennet in the new musical, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice starring Laura Osnes and Donna Lynne Champlin.  New York/National Tour credits include:  Cinderella (Joy), The Baker's Wife (Nicole), The Boyfriend (Hortense), Joe Stein in Concert (soloist), Primrose (Maude) and Irene (Ensemble). Regional credits include: A Little Night Music (Baltimore CenterStage, Mark Lamos dir), The Baker's Wife (Paper Mill Playhouse starring Alice Ripley), Pirates of Penzance (Goodspeed Opera House), Beauty and The Beast (Mrs. Potts, Gateway Playhouse), Cinderella (Ogunquit Playhouse), Meet Me in St. Louis (Santa Barbara CLO).  Recordings:  Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, The Baker’s Wife- Live From Lincoln Center.  Jacque has performed as a soloist for the Boston Pops and is a National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts award recipient in Musical Theatre. As producer, Jacque has worked with such artists as Laura Osnes and Adam Jacobs. Her 2013 benefit concert, An Evening of Firsts, to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network at The Triad Theatre featured the talents of Mary Testa, Stephen DeRosa, John Michael Dias, Stephen Bogardus, Mamie Parris and more. As a teacher and choreographer, Jacque works with performing arts academies; From Stage To Screen, The Playgroup Theatre, and Wingspan Arts in New York City.