Staff Biography

Lindsay Woolley

Lindsay Woolley's love of theater stems from an early interaction attending an "Easter Celebration" at a friends church. The lights, the stage, the actors and all that went into the production was all so fascinating to her! It wasn't until her high school drama class that she realized she loved being behind the scenes and back stage and being apart of all that goes into the whole production of a play rather than being on stage herself. Raising her children around all the wonderful musical theaters in St. George and surrounding areas she was ecstatic when her girls expressed their interest in performing. She is excited to be able to share in their theater experience and be a part of the Broadway Bound family.

Lindsay has always had an interest in makeup. Growing up with a Cosmetologist and an award winning makeup artist mother and five sisters, makeup was around her all day everyday. Her mother taught her well. It wasn't until many years later after growing up, getting married and having four of her seven children that a very good friend and close neighbor Wendy Walton and St. Georges "Dixie Pixie" took her under her wing and taught her everything there is to know about Face Painting. Together they have done many Grand Openings, The St. George Marathon, Bloom Fest Music Festival In Hurricane, The St. George lighting of the Menorah for the start of Hanukkah, many Utah Tech University activities, and of course many company parties, birthday parties and family reunions. She's also had the opportunity to oversee and create the face paint makeup for the play Shrek performed at Fossil Ridge Intermediate school.

She considers herself so very fortunate to have had so many mentors to help guide, teach and direct her in her life so that she can in turn do the same for others at Broadway Bound.