Disney's Beauty and the Beast JR. - March 16 - March 19, 2023

And All That Jazz

 Crew Who's Who 

  • Jill Brodersen head shot

    Jill Brodersen


    Jill performed on Broadway in the Tony Award winning "Best Musical", MEMPHIS. She has traveled the country as a singer, dancer, actress, director & choreographer. Highlights: 1st National Tours of MEMPHIS & Happy Days; representing Mattel as "Barbie" for corporate events; feature films, tv shows, musicals, industrials, commercials in NY & LA. Jill earned a BFA-Dance/BA-Media Arts from U. of Arizona. She has Directed and/or Choreographed: Anything GoesLegally BlondeThe Sound of Music, Legends of the Wild WestSweet Charity, Annie, All Shook UpHairspray, Newsies, MEMPHIS, Guys & Dolls, Chicago, Grease, Happy Days & Something Rotten for TVP, Chaparral HS, Tibbies Center Stage & AATJ. She is on the Board w/ Temecula Valley Players. Jill won 8 ITL Awards, the Lucie Arnaz Award & the National Youth Arts Award. She sings in a live music duo w/ husband, John. Jill is Owner/Artistic Dir. of And All That Jazz! PAC. andallthatjazzdance.com

  • Beth Langlois head shot

    Beth Langlois

    Musical Director

    Beth is a music & stage director, voice & piano teacher & classical mezzo-soprano. As a director, Beth has led productions of The Little Mermaid Jr., High School Musical JrHonk Jr.The Star of Bethlehem & the opera Amahl & the Night Visitors for Riverside Lyric Opera. As a musical director, she has worked with Temecula Valley Players on HairsprayAll Shook Up & Sister Act; w/ Fine Arts Network on SpamalotPeter Pan Jr. and Annie, Frozen Jr.; w/ Temecula Preparatory School on Bonnie and ClydeCatch Me If You Can, & The Light in the Piazza & w/ AATJ on Legally Blonde Jr. and Legends of the Wild West. Beth is a graduate of CSU at Fullerton with a BM in vocal performance. As a performer, she has sung operatic roles with Riverside Lyric Opera, El Dorado Opera & Capitol Opera. Favorite roles include 'The Mother' in Amahland the Night Visitors, 'Lola' in Cavalleria Rusticana, 'Cherubino' in The Marriage of Figaro and 'Flora' in La Traviata.

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