Beatrice is so excited to be performing on Arizona's Broadway Theatre's stage in the Regional Debut of An American in Paris (Milo Davenport).  For more info and tickets, visit https://azbroadway.org/event/an-american-in-paris/

Cal State Fullerton was an incredible and challenging two years. While attending school full time, Bea still was able to perform regionally- the latter would be incredibly valuable. Although she wouldn't continue with the BFA program at CSUF, she was not deterred. She knew this was what she was meant to do. 

​Mira Costa Community College proved to be the perfect transition year between CSUF and UCLA. Bea continued to work regionally, while finishing GE's and applying for universities for the following fall.

That spring, Bea was accepted in to UCLA's Roy Bolger Musical Theatre program. This provided her the opportunity to spend a summer abroad on a full scholarship to British American Dramatic Academy at Oxford University in England. After two successful and fulfilling years at UCLA, she graduated, leaving a few weeks early to begin her first summerstock in Maine.

That August, Bea (while visiting friends in NYC) decided to cancel her return flight to LA and stay in the city to audition and begin her postgrad life- and she's so glad she did!​​

Actor  : Singer :  Dancer

​​Bea just finished performing on the National Tours of Dr Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Grandma Who) and 42nd Street (Diane/Dorothy Brock us). Before that, she was touring around the world with NETwork's Beauty and the Beast International (Wardrobe/Mrs Potts us). During the tour she performed in 9 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Scheduled layoffs during the tour provided the opportunity for her to explore sixteen countries in total! This also allowed her to do some volunteer work abroad, including child care in impoverished areas of the Philippines, and earthquake relief with the fantastic organization, All Hands, in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Beatrice Crosbie , eldest of 4 sisters, was born in Vista, CA. The Crosbies moved quite a bit in the beginning, but eventually settled in Fremont, CA. It was there, in 3rd grade, she participated in her first musical with Starstruck Theatre (dir. by Lori Stokes)- she was hooked! Countless music lessons, voice lessons, dance lessons, drama classes, choir tours, theatre festivals and competitions, community and school theatre performances, Beatrice was finally off to college to pursue her career as a performer.