Marissa Davis is a queer, New York City-based voice teacher, teaching artist, writer, music director and performer. She is currently the Head of Voice and Middle School Team Lead at Professional Performing Arts School and has worked as a music director/teaching artist at Manhattan Youth, Statement Arts, Broadway Training Center of Westchester, Parallel 45 Theatre(Michigan), and many more. She has served as composer/lyricist for multiple youth-devised musicals such as smARTS and Once Upon a Pandemic, and has curated several original revue shows with middle school students. She has served as music director, arranger, and creative consultant to several one-woman shows including and the Spoon Ran Away with the Spoon, and The Year My Dad Died Twice. She has co-taught professional development theatre workshops for DOE teachers through iTheatrics and is a recurring teaching artist at Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- NYC/Tri-State Area
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- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Music Director/Conductor (Pianist)
- Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
- Vocal Arranger
- Audition Pianist
- Classroom Music Teacher
- Class/Voice Lesson/Rehearsal Pianist
- Voice Teacher (Private Studio)
- Voice Teacher (Educational Institution)
- Theatrical Director
- Arts Administration