Michelle K. Moore, a native New Yorker, began singing, dancing and acting at an early age. Her childhood was spent taking dance classes at The American Theater Dance Workshop and performing in school plays and community theater. During her summers she attended French Woods Festival for the Performing Arts. It was at French Woods where Michelle recorded MTI Jr. versions of Fiddler on the Roof (Hodel), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife), Once On This Island (Ti Moune) and she sang Jasmine’s part in A Whole New World from Aladdin.

When she was 13, she toured the country with the national tour of BIG…the musical. Michelle had the pleasure of pursuing serious musical theater as Ann Reinking’s apprentice at the Broadway Theatre Project for several summers, where she got to study with Gwen Verdon, James Naughton, Ben Vereen, Patti LuPone, Phylicia Rashad, and more.

Michelle graduated with honors from New York University’s TISCH School of the Arts where she obtained a BFA. She studied acting for at the Atlantic Theatre Company and musical theater at CAP21.

After college it was off to summer stock at The Surflight Theater on Long Beach Island where Michelle played the role of Annie Oakely in Annie Get Your Gun and obtained membership into the Actor’s Equity Association.

She then joined the cast of Mamma Mia! in Las Vegas as part of the ensemble. She understudied the role of Sophie Sheridan and she was lucky to have played the part several times.

Michelle has returned to New York City and is auditioning. She teaches voice on Long Island with her father’s business, Moore Music. Michelle and her dad, Jimmy Moore perform all over Long Island at libraries, schools, park districts and private parties.