Becky Gulsvig and Her Big Move to Broadway this Fall 2016

Set to start October 10th, Gulsvig succeeds Mamie Paris to play the role of a disapproving girlfriend named Patty. Surviving her previous role of Cynthia Well (in the first National Tour of ‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’) Becky Gulsvig remain to be is extremely well-known for her first Broadway debut in ‘Hairspray’ as Lou Ann (Amber Von Tussle). However, if you can’t recall those particular acts, Becky Gulsvig was in the original Broadway cast of ‘Legally Blond’ (as Leilani). 

In addition to other Broadway shows, Becky Gulsvig is known in the following areas: 

– National Tours: Beautiful: ‘The Carole King Musical’, ‘Legally Blond The Musical’, and ‘Peter Pan’ 

– Television: ‘All My Children’ and ‘Legally Blond The Musical’

– Commercials

– Off-Broadway: ‘Disenchanted The Musical’

– Regional Theater: ‘How To Succeed’, ‘Les Miserables’, ‘9 To 5 The Musical’, ‘Sabellico’, ‘GREASE’, ‘Baby Case’, ‘A Funny Thing Happened’, and much more. 

School of Rock – The Musical

About the Show

By Andrew Lloyd Webber, ‘School of Rock’ is a new hit for Broadway. A. Webber is well-known for bringing rock and romance together for the fans. ‘School of Rock’ is based on the slamming film… As follows, this particular musical focuses on a fellow named Dewey Finn (a failed ‘wannabe’ rock star who decided to fake as a substitute teacher for a few extra dollars). And at the prestigious school, Dewey transforms the classroom into a rock star concert – hosting twanging guitars, along with hitting bass harmonies.

In the meanwhile, Dewey seems to possess these straight-A students to the point of tricking himself into falling for the beautiful, heaving headmistress while assisting her in the rediscovery of her inner child. Overall, expect to endure 14 debuting tunes from the Andrew Lloyd Webber library, which are all original, high-octane rhythms consisting of guitar finesse for the romantic side of youth! 


Becky will make her NYC solo concert debut at

‘Feinstein’s/54 Below’ on Tuesday, Nov. 1st at 9:30!