Women Who Wow Us: Week Seven
Women Who Wow Us: Week Seven. This week, we interviewed Britt Bonney, an award-winning music director and composer. Britt’s vocals can be heard on 2017’s Beauty and the Beast film as well as Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame cast album, which Britt mixed and mastered together with Stephen Schwartz. Britt is an accomplished copyist, having served as a music assistant to Alex Lacamoire, Alan Menken, Shaina Taub, and Kelli O’Hara. Britt’s vocal arrangements have been featured on The Weather Channel, the Fox network, WPIX11, at Lincoln Center, and in Broadway houses.
Women Who Wow Us: Week Six
Women Who Wow Us: Week Six. This week, we interviewed Masi Asare, the first-ever recipient of the Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award. Masi is a composer/lyricist, playwright, singer, and voice coach with a PhD in Performance Studies. This past April, she received an Emerging Artist Grant from the Theater Hall of Fame, and this past May, she received the Stacey Mindich “Go Write a Musical” award at The Lilly Awards.
Women Who Wow Us: Week Five
Women Who Wow Us: Week Five. This week, we interviewed Meg Zervoulis, a versatile music director, arranger, educator, and pianist. She is currently the music director of The Prom on Broadway, and she has also served as the associate music director for Mean Girls and assistant conductor for Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812. Meg has worked as a music director/arranger/orchestrator at Paper Mill Playhouse for the past 11 years and is the resident conductor of Hotel Elefant, a contemporary music ensemble in NYC.
Women Who Wow Us: Week Four
Women Who Wow Us: Week Four. This week, we interviewed Erin McKeown, a multi-talented musician, writer, and producer. Her Off-Broadway musical “Miss You Like Hell”, written with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes, opened at The Public Theater in 2018. It was nominated for 5 Drama Desk Awards including Best Lyrics, Best Music, and Best Orchestrations, and The Wall Street Journal named it Best Musical of 2018.