Original Tina in Sister Act 

Aléna Watters

Aléna Watters is a true Broadway veteran. Since her Broadway debut with West Side Story, she has been part of creating and performing in an incredible four brand new Broadway musicals – Mrs. Doubtfire, The Cher Show, Sister Act, and The Addams Family. Along with numerous world premiere productions and other regional shows, she was in the first international tour of Pippin and performed around the world with the USO Show Troupe for our military and their families. Aléna was also a ‘Harlette’ for the Divine Miss M – Bette Midler’s concert at the Met – and lent her vocals to Bette’s Las Vegas extravaganza, The Showgirl Must Go On. Aléna is featured in the critically acclaimed documentary, The Standbys, which is a must see for any theatre enthusiast! She loves to connect to young artists and fans through Q&As, meet-and-greets, movement classes, virtual concerts, and more! Remember to ask Aléna about the times she had to learn trapeze for Pippin, and Flamenco for Mrs. Doubtfire

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Aléna Watters is a true Broadway veteran. Since her Broadway debut with West Side Story, she has been part of creating and performing in an incredible four brand new Broadway musicals – Mrs. Doubtfire, The Cher Show, Sister Act, and The Addams Family. Along with numerous world premiere productions and other regional shows, she was in the first international tour of Pippin and performed around the world with the USO Show Troupe for our military and their families. Aléna was also a ‘Harlette’ for the Divine Miss M – Bette Midler’s concert at the Met – and lent her vocals to Bette’s Las Vegas extravaganza, The Showgirl Must Go On. Aléna is featured in the critically acclaimed documentary, The Standbys, which is a must see for any theatre enthusiast! She loves to connect to young artists and fans through Q&As, meet-and-greets, movement classes, virtual concerts, and more! Remember to ask Aléna about the times she had to learn trapeze for Pippin, and Flamenco for Mrs. Doubtfire