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Isobel O'Connor Ramsey


I guess I should start with Hello! 

I'm Isobel Ramsey and I will soon be graduating with a BFA in Musical Theater from Missouri State University. When I was five years old, I knew I wanted to be a performer and that dream has been my fuel for the past 5 years.

Now that I'm graduating I am excited to pursue all the amazing projects that come my way!

The rest of this website is dedicated to my life in performing but I have many other interests that complement my life as an actor. I wanted to dedicate this space to some of the things that make me who I am.

Sewing and


I have been working in the Missouri State University costume shop as a Costume Shop Assistant for 4 years, and spent the summer of 2021 working as an intern at Sugarcane Studios. I've always had an interest in fashion design, costuming, and telling stories through garments. Here are a few of my projects! 

Visual Art

I am a visual artist! I experiment with all sorts of mediums, and I love working with new materials, but I prefer watercolor and acrylic paints. Here are a few examples of my art!

Being A Princess

I work as a professional princess! Being a princess gives you the power to inspire children and shape their opinions of themselves and others. I've had the opportunity to build children up and taught them to be confident, have courage, and be kind. I've also had the opportunity to work with Make A Wish and make an incredible little girl's dream come true.

Plastic Polluted Ocean


The ocean is my happy place and for the past 5 years, I have been a passionate advocate for clean oceans and marine wildlife conservation. I am also a self-proclaimed mermaid (with the monofin to prove it)! I am a naturalist and have a lot of respect and love for nature which has in turn grown my love and respect for animals and living creatures of all kinds (yes, that includes spiders).

Honorable mentions are paleontology, botany, astronomy, geology, rock collecting, animal behavior, math, science, sculpting, swimming, horseback riding, historical costuming, historical hairstyling, historical vocal techniques and styles, and writing.

366 Days Project

I started the 366 Days project on February 1st, 2020, before the start of the pandemic. I wanted to sing a love song every day until Valentine's Day, and post it online. On the 14th, I decided to go until the end of the month, and at the end of the month, I decided to go for the whole year! Since it is a leap year, that's 366 days/366 songs.

In February of 2021 I completed this project and took a year off. It is now February 2022 and I am embarking on another year of songs!  

Check out my most recent videos on Instagram!

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