Brooke Wilson is truly honored to be a part of The Carpenter after getting to “know” Venus in the 2017 Alley All New Festival workshop of the show. Alley credits include: All The Way (Lurleen Wallace/Muriel Humphrey), A Christmas Carol, The Miser, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (Vibratta). Other Houston credits include: TUTS: Million Dollar Quartet (Dyanne), Smokey Joe's Cafe (Patty), First Date (Woman #1, nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical by broadwayworld.com), Music Man (Ethel) , Waiting for Johnny Depp (the world premier one woman show), Reefer Madness (Sally), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Doatsey Mae), Hands on a Hardbody (Cindy), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Shy), LMNOP (Ruth), Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl), Bonnie and Clyde, Singing in the Rain, Cats and When You Wish. Stages Repertory Theatre: The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Pippi), Girls Night, The Musical (Carol), Honky Tonk Angels (Sue Ellen), Bat Boy The Musical (Maggie). A.D. Players: Godspell (Lindsey). Brooke lived in NYC for years and was able to perform all over the country. Her favorite regional credits include: Riverside Theatre: The Full Monty (Georgie). Merry Go Round Theatre: The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Jeannie, nominated by broadwayworld.com for "Best Actress in a Musical"). John W. Engeman Theatre: Rent (Maureen). The New Denver Civic: The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Pippi). Northern Stage: Beauty and the Beast (Babette). The Arvada Center: Evita (Eva Cover) and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Durla). Brooke was chosen to be a featured dancer in the 2014 New Year’s Eve concert for the band Phish at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY. Brooke is also a dance educator and choreographer and is on the dance faculty at St. John's School.