Noelle Arms has appeared onstage since the age of 5. She has written and directed over 20 original works, and choreographed a show or two in her spare time, as well as designed and painted her fair share of theatrical sets. Noelle received her B.A. in Theater from Chapman University. She studied at the Eugene O’Neill National Theater Institute, and traveled abroad to London to learn from Complicite. She is an accomplished flautist, as well as an award winning published playwright. She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by the Kennedy Center of American College Theater during her collegiate career, and awarded the honor of Outstanding Stage Manager through the same festival. She holds a Master of Arts in Drama from San Francisco State University.