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Broadway 101: Brown Bag Lunch Series
Brown Bag Lunch Series 2018
Master Class - Learn to sing with Musician Becky Mossing
Bring your best voice and join Becky Mossing for a one-hour vocal workshop. Learn some basic techniques and have some fun learning a Broadway favorite.
Tuesday, Nov. 20 | Noon to 1 p.m. | Hippodrome Theatre
Becky Mossing has performed all over America and overseas working in regional theater, national tours, and off Broadway. Credits include Beauty and the Beast (national tour), Cinderella Waltz (Ubu Rep – Off B’way), and Working with Showdown Theatre Arts, in Guildford, United Kingdom. She was lucky enough to be part of both casts of Hairspray in Concert with John Waters and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra three years ago and this past June. She frequently narrates weekday and family series concerts for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, including Carnival of the Animals, The Remarkable Farkle McBride, and Wizards and Wands, and Wizards, Witches, Ghosts and Goblins. Mossing's directing credits include Working, Our House, and Hairspray with Showdown Theatre Arts, U.K., and The Polar Express with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Becky’s cabaret performances can be seen frequently in the Baltimore area. She is the director of TWIGS, the Baltimore School for the Arts’ afterschool and Saturday arts program for 700 children in grades 2-8, and she also is the high school’s musical theater instructor, as well as the director of the Hippodrome Foundation’s Summer Theatre Intensive. Becky is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts as well as New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she received the Outstanding Achievement Award in Musical Theatre. Her greatest achievements, however, are her 13-year-old twin daughters with husband Larry Mossing.