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Monique Gittens

Height – 5 feet 4 inches / 163 cm

Hair – Brown

Eyes – Brown

Body Type – Slim/Slender

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian, Black/African, Native American, Other


Vocal Range – Soprano

Singing – Musical Theater

Dancing – Club

Languages – American English

Hot Chocolates (Nov 2002)
Role: Lead
Director: Sherman
Organization: Cincinnati Black Theater Company
Fashion Show (Mar 2004)
Role: model
Director: Glaisha Adkins
Organization: New Image Models
Kelly Price Concert (Sep 2008)
Role: Background Singer
Organization: Praise and Worship
Benefit Concert (Sep 2005)
Role: Lead Vocalist
Director: Todd O'Neal
Organization: House of Joy
Additional Info
Background Vocals: National Recording Artist, Kelly Price
Showtime at the Apollo: Amateur Night
Juneteenth Festival: Featured Artist
Annual Celebration of Jesus Christ: Headliner
Nationally Televised Ceremony: Freedom Center Choir

Monique: Solo Album: Ridiculous Entertainment
Transformation Cincinnati: Soloist: Gospel Recording
Revelation: Solo Album: D-Griff Records
O’Neal Music: Background Vocals: Praise Factory Richard Simon: Background Vocals: Praise Factory

Theater Experience:
Madera’s Children: Lead
Hot Chocolate: Lead
Sound of Music: Supporting
Guys & Dolls: Supporting
Phantom of the Opera: Chorus
Jesus Christ Superstar: Chorus
Joseph Technicolor Dreamcoat: Supporting
Tribute to Walt Disney: Supporting
Crucifixion: Supporting
Hello Dolly: Chorus

O3: Co-Producer & Vocalist
First Corinthian Church Praise Team: Soprano
Rockdale Church Choir: Soprano/Section Leader
Rockdale Church Praise Team: Lead Vocalist
Transformation Cincinnati Ensemble: Lead Vocalist
Freedom Center Choir: Soprano
Xavier University Gospel Choir: Alto
Xavier University Concert Choir: Soprano II
Varsity Ensemble: Soprano I
Winton Woods Concert Choir: Soprano I & II

Jazz Technique: Patrick Kelley
Classical/Opera: David Bell
Intonation & Sight-Reading: Robert Hartigan
Tone, Breathing, and Phrasing: Kathy Hutcherson
Gospel Technique: Bishop Todd O’Neal Finding Harmonies: Tyrone O’Neal

The Evolution of Jazz: Xavier University
African American Music: Xavier University
Musical Theater: Cincinnati Black Theater Co
Artist Development: D-Griff Records
Musical Theory: Winton Woods High School
Becoming the Character: Winton Woods School
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