Marcia Weinberg is living her long-held dream of doing musical theater. After retiring as a teacher back east, she studied musical theater performance at SCC and most recently at The Studio under the guidance of Joe Bousard. She created a popular course in musical theater history at SCC that combined lecture, weekly sing-alongs and a show presented by the class at the end of each semester. The course was also offered at the JCC and minus the performance part, at The Studio. She has written revues based on Cole Porter's music and one on Rodgers and Hart's work that were presented at SCC and the Kerr Center. Marcia has also performed her one-woman shows on Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart and 1940s Musicals around the Valley. At The Studio she has appeared in Ladies Of Tin Pan Alley; Gershwin: In His Own Words; New Summer Shorts; Hart to Heart, for which she wrote the book, and most recently as the title character Gingy in Love, Loss and What I Wore. Musical theater is her passion and she currently writes, produces and directs a group of 24 singers called The Broadway Babies, which is in its 11th season.
Actor, Singer, Writer