Tiffan Borelli Featured on New Episode of SOMETHING NEW Podcast
In Episode 214, award-winning musical theatre writer Joel B. New sat down with Tiffan Borelli, an actress, singer, teacher, and founding member of Core Artists Ensemble, a New York-based theatre company derived from her years at New York's Acting institute, The Barrow Group.
Ms. Borelli's New York theatre credits include Two By Two at The York Theatre with Jason Alexander, Martin Charnin's Something Funny's Going On at 54 Below, "Kate" in Kiss Me Kate with The Staten Island Philharmonic, Emma:The Musical at NYMF, and as "Sondra Lee" in Far Out! at Minetta Lane. In other parts of the world, she's been seen in the Asia Tour of The Sound Of Music, as well as productions with The Kennedy Center, Maine State Music Theatre, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, The River Valley Repertory Theatre, City Rep Theatre, & Theatre of New Canaan, where she earned a 2013 Broadway World Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. She has soloed in concerts at Joe's Pub, Ars Nova and Lincoln Center Theatre. Coming up: "Guinevere" in Camelot at The Gretna Theatre, "Woman #1" in My Way at The Depot Theatre, and "Candace Mossler" on A Crime To Remember (Discovery Channel).
Song Premiere: "Tavern", music by Joel B. New, poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Accompanied by Ivan Orellana on guitar. Recorded live at Ripley-Grier Voiceover Studios. "Something New" is a popular musical theatre podcast that dissects what it means to be a working, multifaceted artist in America, always concluding with a song from one of Joel B. New's latest projects. "Something New" is available on iTunes and Stitcher. Mr. New is currently prepping for a reading of his song cycle STANDALONE, which will be recorded live and presented as a special episode of "Something New" later this summer. Directed by Billy Bustamante.
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