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Michele Bitencourt is an actress, singer, voice over artist, producer and jazz dancer. Entering the dance scene at age nine, she has always had dance as part of her life, and has performed in several dance festivals in Brazil including the Joinville Dance Festival, the largest dance festival in the world, with the Performing Arts Ballerina Academy. Michele is also singer and interpreter of many musical styles. She started singing on stage in the Brecht's play: "The Good Soul of Szechuan ", merging her acting and singing talents together. She graduated in Performing Arts at The Globe-SP Training Center for the Actor and became a professional actress by joining the Globe-Company in Brazil. She performed under great directors such as Ulysses Cruz, Ricardo Rizzo and Floriano Nogueira. Michele Bitencourt began her musical training in the Globe-SP, under the supervision and instruction of Roberto Anzai, conductor, arranger and instrumentalist as well as with speech therapist Mônica Allegro. In Casa de Artes Operaria, Michele started doing musical theater and has worked with choreographer Katia Barros, combining all of her acting, singing and dancing talents in a musical that describes the biography of Carmen Miranda called South American Way, directed by Rogerio Mathias and Floriano Nogueira. Most recently Michele appeared on stage in Brazil in the famous Shakespearean play: "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" , playing the role of the female protagonist, Lady Julia. Michele Bitencourt i