Carmen Woo

Carmen Woo

Centre Director

Carmen Woo is an alumni of Columbia College Chicago. She graduated in December 2014 as a double major in Dance and Vocal Performance. After graduation she decided to pursue acting, another passion of hers, and took classes with East West Players.

Born and raised in Malaysia, a melting pot of cultural intersection in South East Asia, she is the epitome of everything Asian. Coming from a diverse background, Carmen is naturally a multilingual as she is proficient in four languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malay. In addition to that, she is also fluent in a Chinese dialect, Hakka.

Carmen is charmingly creative, elegantly audacious, and is a bundle of adventure with witty optimism and a contagious laughter.

Carmen was in an East West Players production in 2015, a play named The Importance of Being Earnest. She was also casted in a faculty concert piece in 2013, choreographed by a visiting professor Ms Zhang Yi named Walking .

Back in Malaysia, she took classes from the prestigious Jean Gan Academy of Ballet and Music since 1997 until 2011. Carmen has contributed in many charity concerts for her dance academy in Malaysia as of early 2001. As a passionate singer, she has been involved with singing events for many student organisations such as, The International Student Organisation (ISO) and Asian Student Organisation (ASO) collaborations.

Carmen believes in the beauty of her dreams. She aspires to make a difference, and spread love through music, acting and dance through teaching and performing. She has been teaching Speech & Drama as well as Public Speaking with Blubricks since 2016.