Rebecca originated the role of Olive/violinist in the world premiere of PigPen Theatre Co.'s musical piece, Phantom Folktales, aboard Virgin Voyages' brand new ship, the Scarlet Lady. This intimate, immersive collection of storytelling vignettes used music, dance, and puppetry to enchant audiences from the UK to the Caribbean.
Rebecca spent the holiday season performing in The Sorceress with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. Written in 1877 by Avram Goldfaden, this operetta was the first Yiddish show ever produced in the United States. It was restored and directed by Motl Didner, with new orchestrations and music direction by Zalmen Mlotek and Zisl Slepovitch, and choreography by Merete Muenter.
Rebecca appeared in Guys and Dolls, Macbeth, and The Comedy of Errors with the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre. Then, she headed back to NYC to join the cast of Hannah Senesh at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Hannah Senesh was directed by David Schechter and produced by the Folksbiene Yiddish Theater, where Rebecca was seen at age 10 in her first professional show ever!
Rebecca is thrilled to announce that she recently signed with Michael Rodriguez of The Roster Agency! Check out http://therosteragency.com to learn more about Michael and the agency.
Rebecca returned to Tuacahn for Fairy Tale Christmas, directed by Jeffry Denman. In this beautiful new musical by Scott and Michael McLean, Rebecca played several delightful and silly characters, including Imogene the elf, Pinocchio, Belle, and others!
Rebecca ventured out west to perform the role of Ella in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts in Ivins, Utah! Rebecca also covered (and performed) Miss Honey in the regional premiere of Matilda The Musical, and was in the ensemble of the new musical The Prince of Egypt.
Rebecca is thrilled to be heading across the pond to pursue her MFA in acting at the prestigious
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School!