My name is M. Bleuette. I am a multi-hyphenate theatre artist, and an overall creative. During my time in theater, I have found joy in working both onstage as a performer, and behind the table as director and playwright. After studying theater at Georgia State University, I attended the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Theater Institute, where I was presented with the opportunity to expand my skillset as a multi-hypenate artist. My time at the O'Neill then led me to the Miranda Family Fellowship, where I was presented with more opportunities to expand my exploration as an artist, and learn more about the industry as a whole.
As a an artist, I value creating work and making space for historically underrepresented voices. I am committed to being an advocate for equity and change within the industry. With my dynamic background working in both theater, and non-theatrical industries, I have acquired a broad level of experience that translates to how I approach my artistic work. I am a curious, and malleable individual that enjoys new experiences and challenges. As the industry moves in a direction towards change, I strive to continue to learn as much as I can about this space in order to be a catalyst for the changes I would like to see in our future.