Broadway Legend

Joanna Glushak

A true Broadway legend, Joanna Glushak has had an incredible career spanning many decades and working with the biggest names in “the biz!” Joanna served as Bernadette Peter’s standby for the role of Dot in Sunday in the Park with George, and as Patti Lupone’s standby as Helena Rubenstein in War Paint. She’s also appeared on Broadway in Les Misérables, A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder, Hairspray, Urinetown, and The Sweet Smell of Success.   Joanna has played starring roles in the National Tours of  Evita, Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein, Finding Neverland, Xanadu, Fiddler on the Roof, and the New York City Opera’s productions of The Most Happy Fella,  and A Little Night Music.  Joanna loves to connect to her fans through meet-and-greets, coachings, Q&A s and more.  Don’t forget to ask about the highlights of her incredible career!