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    Gail Becker 

    Born and raised in a suburb west of Chicago, Gail is a seasoned Cabaret performer, vocal coach and actress now making Madison her home. For the past 20 years she has made it a priority to further the careers of aspiring musical theatre artists by working independently as a Music Director and Instructor. Now in its sixth year, Gail also directs the Overture Center’s Jerry Ensemble. Gail has had numerous Cabaret engagements in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Naples, etc and her Performing credits include -  Tour: Babes in Toyland. Chicago: High Society (Sunny), Chicago (June), Sunday in the Park with George (Frieda/Mrs.), Merrily We Roll Along (Gussie), Pirates of Penzance (Edith). Madison: Gypsy (Mazeppa) with Capital City Theatre; Tuck Everlasting (Mae), James and the Giant Peach with CTM. Her music directing credits in Madison include work with Edgewood College, CTM, and Madison Country Day School. In Chicago, Gail music directed and choreographed over 25 productions at local theatres and high schools. Instruction credits include: Capital City Theatre Conservatory, UW Madison Theatre Department, UW Summer Music Clinic, Overture’s Jerry Awards, CTM Academy, and TYA Director for MadCap. She has numerous private students who are either working in theatre or attending colleges and university for musical theatre. Gail also works as a freelance voice over artist. She holds a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance from Miami University. Learn more at www.gailbeckertalent.com and www.gailbeckerstudio.com.

    She feels it is important to constantly keep studying and perfecting her craft. Some organizations she belongs to are Wisconsin Chamber Choir, Madison Opera Chorus, Apollo Chorus of Chicago, and Prohibition Orchestra of Chicago. Recently adding Voice-Over Artist to the mix, she hopes to someday narrate books.  Gail received a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

     

    Dear guests,

    I have been instructing all ages and levels since 1997, and it is my passion to share my knowledge of singing, music, acting, auditioning, and performance techniques to those seeking a career in musical theatre.  As a theatre major at Miami University, I responded best to instructors who were also working, professional singers and actors. My goal now is to fill that same role with my students by translating not only my education but my life lessons and experience into effective tools and skills for aspiring performers.

    Gail