Meet Adrianna Jones

Adrianna began her career as a performing artist after she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Webster University, located not far from her hometown of Alton, Illinois. After graduating, she performed in Los Angeles for several years before her performance career took her onto the high seas, performing for Norwegian Cruise Lines. You may have seen her onstage in Carthage College’s staged reading of THE KENOSHA VERBATIM PROJECT or their production of FRONTLINE, a verbatim play. Recent directing projects include Fleeing Artists Theatre’s production of A RAISIN IN THE SUN and Kith & Kin Theatre Collective’s MUSIC AND A MOVIE: HAIRSPRAY. In addition to acting and directing, Adrianna currently teaches at Carthage College as adjunct faculty in the Theatre Department. In the voice studio, Adrianna strives to not only teach her students healthy and efficient vocal technique but also aspects of confidence, ingenuity, and creativity; all things that she believes help to prepare students for success in all areas of their lives.


Webster University

Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) – Musical Theatre

Carthage College

Master of Music (M.M.) – Music Theatre Vocal Pedagogy

Share your favorite show / play / production and why!

Adrianna’s favorite show is the musical RAGTIME. The score by Ahrens and Flaherty is a big reason she fell in love with the show, not to mention the fact the original cast also featured her favorite Broadway performer, Audra McDonald in the role of Sarah. She can’t help but tear up the moment the woodwinds play the intro in “Wheels of a Dream.”

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