Lee Nishri-Howitt (Voice Coach) The Huntington: Prayer for the French Republic, The Lehman Trilogy, Romeo and Juliet, The Art of Burning. Regional: Once, Allegiance (SpeakEasy Stage); The Book of Will, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Lyric Stage); Oliver!, Hair, Trayf (New Rep); Little Women, James and the Giant Peach (Wheelock Family Theatre); All is Calm (Greater Boston Stage Company). Film: Unidentified Objects (2022). Teaching: Assistant Professor of Theater, Boston Conservatory at Berklee; Preceptor of Public Speaking, Harvard University. Education: vocal pedagogy master’s program at the American Repertory Theater Institute at Harvard.
a co-production withthe Huntington Performing at:The Huntington Theatre264 Huntington Ave. In this Tony Award-winning, feel-good musical, an Egyptian band of musicians is stranded in a small Israeli town after a transportation mix up, and with no lodgings available, the locals …
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