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Alisa Hauser

Alisa Hauser

Biography

Alisa Hauser is an Emmy nominated lyricist, voice teacher/pedagogue, coach, director/choreographer and Broadway performer.

In 2014 Alisa was nominated for a National Primetime EMMY award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for her song “No Trouble” from A Christmas Carol – The Concert (PBS). With music by Bob Christianson, she wrote the book adaptation and lyrics for this symphonic retelling of the Dickens classic. Also for television she has written lyrics, with composer Stephen Sislen, for the Disney Channel’s Johnny And The Sprites. For the theatre she has collaborated with award winning composers including David Mallamud, Philip Palmer and Sam Davis. Her cabaret songs have been heard in various venues around the country including the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Ars Nova and Joe’s Pub in New York City.

As a performer, Alisa appeared on Broadway in the original cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie (Alice), Grease! (Frenchy), and in the original cast of Disney’s Beauty And The Beast (Silly Girl). Other theatre credits include shows at Paper Mill Playhouse, Seven Angels Theatre, Music Theatre Wichita and the Goodspeed Opera House.

She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Cincinnati College Conservatory Of Music and a Masters in Voice Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College/Rider University.

Experience

  • Broadway
  • Off Broadway
  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret
  • Education
  • TV/Film
  • Tours

Expertise

  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Bookwriter/Librettist
  • Voice teacher with roster of private students
  • Classroom music teacher at an educational institution

Instruments

  • Voice

Software

  • Finale
  • GarageBand
  • Logic

Affiliations

  • ACTORS EQUITY ASSOCIATION (AEA)
  • ASCAP
  • THE DRAMATISTS GUILD
  • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS OF SINGING (NATS)
  • SAG/AFTRA

Preferred Pronouns

  • She/Her