Mar 8, 2016
You don't get to be on Broadway for nearly eighteen years by pure luck. You could say singer and actress Rema Webb's journey to the Great White Way began at age twelve when she ﬁrst started singing lessons in our shared hometown of Clairton, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh. Along the way she participated in choirs and pageants, trained in piano and classical voice, studied her craft at the University of Pittsburgh and in Italy. Rema's consistent work ethic eventually led to a role in Ragtime, her Broadway debut. She's since added nine more musicals to her resumé including 16 1/2 years in the Lion King, the Book of Mormon and the current revival of the Color Purple. In February, Rema was featured on cast recording albums of the Color Purple and A New Brain. She is also the founder/executive director of On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program, a organization dedicated to the performing arts, mentoring and education of young aspiring artists. On April 25, Rema reprises Children Will Listen, her celebrated one woman show at New York's 42 West.
Visit Rema online: http://www.remawebb.com
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