Clinical Assistant Professor of Musical Theater, School of the Arts
- Chamber Dance
- Dance History and Appreciation
- Movement for the Actor
- Senior Seminar
- Children’s Theater
- Resident Director/Choreographer for FDU theater program
- Musical Theater
- Dance History
- BA, Butler University
A working director/choreographer and professor of theater and dance, Cindy brings her extensive experience and passion for the theater to Fairleigh Dickinson University. After earning a degree in Dance from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, Cindy began a nearly 25-year performing career on Broadway; “42nd Street”,” Singin in the Rain”, “Me and My Girl”, “Meet Me In St Louis”, “Nick and Nora”, “My Fair Lady”, and Alan Menken’s “A Christmas Carol” at Madison Square Garden. On tour, Cindy performed in Agnes de Mille’s “Oklahoma!”, “Sugar Babies”, and the first national of “42nd Street,” and many other regional stage productions. Her film work includes “The Producers” and “All the World’s a Stage.”
Cindy works as a director/choreographer in New York and regionally. Credits include work for the Reagle Summer Music Theater, Allenbery Playhouse, Theaterworks/USA, Two Beans Productions, Mill Mountain Theater, and many university and college productions, the Roger Rees Awards, Camp Broadway, and Carnegie Hall Pops Gala celebrations.
Cindy has vast expertise in the classroom, including advanced-level course work for AMDA and Montclair State University.
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