Skye Violet Wilson

Skye Violet Wilson is a singer/dancer/actor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds a B.A. from Santa Clara University where she double-majored in Music (Voice Emphasis) and Theatre Arts (Dance Emphasis) and minored in Musical Theatre.  An Actor’s Equity Membership candidate, Skye has performed in many professional and community musical theatre productions at companies such as 42nd Street Moon, Contra Costa Musical Theatre, Diablo Theatre Company, Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Cabrillo Stage, Los Altos Stage Company, Cardboard Box Theatre Project, Scotts Valley Performing Arts, and Tabard Theatre Company.  Favorite roles include: Jenny (Company), Gingy/Wicked Witch/Queen Lillian/Princess Fiona u/s (Shrek, The Musical), Witch (Into the Woods), Fritzie (Cabaret), Cherubino (Le Nozze di Figaro), and Featured Ensemble (Les Miserables).


Skye’s own lyrical, modern choreography was last seen in her senior thesis recital, “Healing in Shades of Being” at Santa Clara University. Since graduating, she has focused primarily on her musical theatre career, only occasionally teaching workshops or choreographing productions in the broadway style for youth programs around the Bay Area. Originally trained in classical ballet, Skye has also studied modern, tap, jazz, broadway, and contemporary styles of dance. Through the course of her training, she has worked with many talented local choreographers including David Popalisky, Karyn Connell, Kristin Kusanovich, Claire Calalo, and Lauren Baines.


When she’s not onstage, Skye can be found working on original music.  A sometimes singer-songwriter, you may have heard her original song “love, a word” at for change dance collective’s performance of “love notes on fragile prayers” in 2013. You can learn more about her upcoming performances and projects at or at

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