Chantal Tribble

Class of
Assistant Director

Described as loud, radiant, and unapologetic, Chantal Tribble is a classically trained, turned contemporary vocalist, violinist, and AEA actress from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Most recently, Tribble signed with Firestarter Entertainment and travels for musical theater. Tribble starred in Moonbox Productions' production of Passing Strange as Terry, Christophe, and Sudabey, and understudied Edwina, Marianna, and Mr. Venus. She sang in Ayumi Ueda's 100 Voices 1 Heart choir for the music video "Wings to Fly" and can be heard crooning educational ditties on Aline Shader's Song Children Sing album.

A proud alumna of Berklee College of Music, Tribble joined the Berklee Indian Ensemble in 2013, performing with notable artists such as Clinton Cerejo and A.R. Rahman before her graduation in 2016 with a degree in vocal performance. She is now the assistant director of Berklee India Exchange and the staff founder and advisor of the South Asian Scholar Association (SASA).