Isabella Moore is an American-Brazilian singer, dancer, and actress born in Southern California. While growing up, she spent time traveling between California and her mother’s native city, Rio de Janeiro. Isabella is well versed in both the American and Brazilian culture and is bilingual, fluently speaking both English and Portuguese.

Isabella recently moved to NYC to complete her final semester of college at Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester. She will receive a BFA in Musical Theatre upon graduation in May 2017. Most recently, Isabella had the privilege of performing in the Syracuse Stage production of “Mary Poppins” over the course of the holiday season. Her favorite roles include Janet van de Graaff in “The Drowsy Chaperone,” Lulu in “Cabaret,” Peggy Sawyer in “42nd Street,” Essie in “Parade,” and Lilly in “Punk Rock.” Isabella has decided to make New York City her home after graduation!