Betsy Wolfe Talks BroadwayEvolved's Third Year & 2020 Faculty Sneak Peek

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Betsy Wolfe Talks BroadwayEvolved's Third Year & 2020 Faculty Sneak Peek

After two groundbreaking years, BroadwayEvolved returns in 2020 with three Summer Intensives. After just announcing the 2020 faculty sneak peek, Betsy Wolfe, Co-Founder, reflects on the evolution of the program and what excites her most about year three.

"BroadwayEvolved began three years ago as a passionate attempt to connect aspiring performers and educators from all walks of life to the very artists who inspire them. Not long after we finished the first BroadwayEvolved 2018 Summer Intensive, the life changing student, parent, and educator testimonials came pouring in. I was overwhelmed by how impactful and lasting the week was for all participants, myself included. It went far beyond my wildest dreams. I firmly believe the success of the graduating students and educators is a direct reflection of the way in which our all star, incredible faculty arrive and approach teaching with BroadwayEvolved. Here we are in our third summer and we've had students from 35 states, 13 countries and we're once again doubling scholarships for 2020, all in the hopes of shaping the next generation of industry change makers in an even more meaningful way."

SUMMER INTENSIVES (7/20-7/23, 7/27-7/30, 8/3-8/6) bring together the highest level of talented faculty to propel student and educator success. Faculty arrive with accomplished resumes, experience teaching, and a commitment to mentoring. 2020 Program Faculty includes: Alexandra Silber, Ali Stroker, Ashley Park, Betsy Wolfe, Brandon Uranowitz, Christy Altomare, Isaac Powell, James Monroe Iglehart, Jenn Colella, Jeremy Jordan, Jessica Vosk, Karen Olivo, Megan Hilty, and Michael Urie. Plus more to be announced. BroadwayEvolved knows that when both students and educators are trained in complementary models, the potential is limitless.

Visit to learn about the 2020 Summer Intensive as well as see exclusive video of faculty Sara Bareilles and Darren Criss surprising students and educators! All 2020 details including faculty list, registration information, and more can be found on

Betsy Wolfe was most recently seen in a guest starring role on the CBS series INSTINCT, and the indie feature FIRST ONE IN with Georgia King and Kat Foster which is currently in post production. She also performed her one woman cabaret show ALL BETS ARE OFF to sold out crowds at Feinstein's/54 Below in NYC, Las Vegas, San Francisco, New Orleans, and more. Wolfe starred as Jenna Hunterson, the title role in the Tony nominated musical WAITRESS. Prior to that, Wolfe played Cordelia, one of the lovable "lesbians from next door," in the Broadway revival of FALSETTOS. She is perhaps best known for her critically acclaimed performance as Cathy in the off-Broadway revival of THE LAST FIVE YEARS. Wolfe's other Broadway credits include Ellen in BULLETS OVER BROADWAY directed by Susan Stroman and Rosa Bud in THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, and 110 IN THE SHADE followed by EVERYDAY RAPTURE. She also appeared as Beth in the Encores! production of MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG. She starred in the La Jolla Playhouse world premiere production of UP HERE, and created the role of Mary Ann Singleton in ACT's world premiere of TALES OF THE CITY. Wolfe received her BFA in musical theatre from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She made her Metropolitan Opera debut in Douglas Carter Beane's adaptation of Die Fledermaus. She has been a guest artist for over 50 symphony, pops, and philharmonic orchestras across the U.S. and internationally including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, The New York Pops and the BBC Orchestra. Cast recordings include Falsettos, Bullets over Broadway, The Last Five Years, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Everyday Rapture, Stage Door Canteen, 35MM, and Merrily We Roll Along. Wolfe can also be seen in the film adaptation of The Last Five Years.

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