Jodie Langel, Boca Raton Florida
Voice, Acting and Classes
Jodie is a Broadway Actress, Author, Renowned Teacher and Coach. Her Broadway/Broadway National Tour Credits include “Les Miserables” (Cosette), “Joseph…Dreamcoat” (Narrator), “CATS”(Grizabella), for which she has the distinction of being the youngest actor to portray the role, and the Pre-Broadway show “Martin Guerre” (lead character Bertrande). Most Recently, Jodie starred as Donna in “Mamma Mia” at the Ogonquit Playhouse. Florida audiences may have seen Jodie as Diana in the critically acclaimed production of “Next to Normal” at Actors’ Playhouse in Miami, for which she received the prestigious Silver Palm and Broadway World Awards, as well as a Carbonell Award nomination. She also starred in the highly acclaimed production of “Joseph…Dreamcoat” at the Maltz Jupiter Theater. Other New York and Regional credits: “Evita” (Eva Peron) at Maltz Jupiter Theater (Carbonell Nomination), “Bernstein’s Mass” at Carnegie Hall/Kennedy Center), “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” at the Westside Theater in NYC, “Funny Girl”, “Smile”, “Chess” at Paper Mill Playhouse, directed by Rob Marshall, the Tony Award-Winning Eugene O Neill Theater Conference, and “The Thing About Men” (LA Premiere). NY Workshops include: “The First Wives’ Club” (understudy to Ana Gastayer). She also starred in “Bare” at the Broward Center in Ft. Lauderdale and played Mrs. Walker in “Tommy” with Tony-nominated actress Adrienne Warren. Jodie has performed as a lead soloist for President Clinton, with the Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra, and the Mets/Yankees Subway Series. TV credits include: “Rescue Me” and VH1’s “Singing Scentsations.” Jodie performs her cabaret show throughout Florida, and opened for comedian Robert Klein and Broadway legend Lee Roy Reams. She was also a soloist with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra.
Jodie co-authored the book “MAKING IT ON BROADWAY: ACTORS’ TALES OF CLIMBING TO THE TOP,” with a foreword by Jason Alexander. This book is a candid, behind-the-scenes, and sometimes shocking look at Broadway’s stars, comprised of Jodie’sinterviews with such notables as Jason Alexander, Antonio Banderas, Brooke Shields, Chita Rivera, Idina Menzel, Ann Miller, and Donna Murphy, to name a few. Jodie personally interviewed each of these Broadway stars as they shared their personal stories and struggles of climbing to the top. This book has been a top seller and is required reading at leading conservatories around the country.
Jodie is the CEO and founder of the acclaimed educational program “Making It On Broadway” (www.makingitonbroadway.net). Making It On Broadway is a world-renowned musical theatre training program where students explore the realities of what it means to be a Broadway professional. Participating in classes taught only by current Broadway professionals, students have the opportunity to work with and perform for these Broadway pros, many of whom are Tony Award winners and nominees from every aspect of the business including performers, casting directors, agents, directors, conductors, producers, and composers! Recent masterclasses have been led by Sutton Foster, Kristin Chenoweth, Jeremy Jordan, Sierra Boggess, Laura Benanti, Laura Osnes, Kelli O’Hara, Patina Miller, and many more respected artists. www.makingitonbroadway.net.
Jodie has her own private voice studio in Boca Raton, The Jodie Langel Vocal and Acting Studio, and has over 40 students. Her website is jodielangel.com.