About Crystal Madore
Get to know Crystal Madore
Crystal Madore is a musician and actor based out of Southington, Connecticut. As a recent
graduate from Western Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a
Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Performance, she furthers her career as a vocal and piano teacher,
aspiring actor, and performer.
While attending WCSU, Crystal is recognized for her work in multiple productions, such as
assistant director for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Elizabeth in Be More Funny and Other Short
Plays, and additional roles in various one-act productions. In addition to theatrical experience,
Crystal has taken part in various collegiate choirs, ranging from Jazz to Classical, excelled in
music theory, and received years of training in both vocal and piano technique prior to and
during her time in college. Vocally, she specializes in classical and musical theatre. She studied
under Roy Mazzacane for the majority of her college career and briefly under Broadway
performer Megan Bolan.
Crystal’s goal is to provide a welcoming educational environment that not only expands on
students’ skills and techniques, but also helps students have a connection and relationship with
their craft, recognize their strengths and abilities, enhance their creativity, and feel comfortability
in their self-expression and talents. Crystal strives to provide an educational atmosphere where
her students will feel comfortable, accepted, motivated, and determined to learn more. She hopes
to further her career as an educator and performer by later furthering her education, auditioning
in film, and continuing the journey of being an educator.