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Meet Our Newest CCSC Members

 

Macy Alef —LEAD

Macy2017Macy is an elementary school teacher. She was raised in Chalmette, graduated high school from Newman in 2005, then college with a BA in Sociology from Texas A&M in 2010. Macy received her teaching certification in May of 2014.
Macy currently teaches first grade at Arden Cahill Academy, and has been teaching for five years.She grew up participating extensively in dance, which eventually led to great interest in musical theatre. She studied dance with Audrey Shenck, Alton Geno, and Kelly Fouche, and ballet with Diane Carney and also  practiced classical singing with Flo Presti. She's been in musicals with JPAS, Rivertown Repertory Theatre, and Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre, including Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys and Dolls, and Damn Yankees. Although it has been a long time since she last participated in the performing arts in any way, she is thrilled and honored to be considered for membership in CCSC.


Karla Crenshaw -- LEAD

2017Karla3Karla is originally from Port Arthur, Texas and moved with her family to the New Orleans area in 1972.  Being from a musical family, Karla had the privilege of singing with her mother in her church choir. As a youth, Karla really enjoyed going to practice every Sunday afternoon.  As an adult, she sang with the churches that she attended.  

Working from home as an executive assistant, Karla runs her employer’s hardwood flooring and paneling business. Her hobbies are spending time with her dog and getting together with friends on the weekend to see movies at the theatre, eat sushi, and attend plays at the Jefferson Performing Arts Theatre. You will also find her perusing museums and participating in special events.

Hurricane Katrina found Karla’s younger sister moving to Sugar Land, Texas. She also has an older brother, Clint, who still lives in the New Orleans area. Clint also has a musical background and often works with Karla on her music. Karla is the mother of an adult son named Conner.