New York native Brooke Moriber had a knack for performing on the stage at a very early age. At eight years old she played on Broadway as Young Cosette in Les Miserables, making it abundantly clear that this young actress was destined for a bright future in show biz. Seven Broadway shows and a few years later, the actress and singer/songwriter has finally hit the stage performing live with her band.
Growing up down the block from the artist haven of New York’s Washington Square Park, in the heart of Greenwich Village, helped to draw Moriber to the stage at such a young age.
Continuing the pattern, she soon went on to perform with Alan Cumming and Cyndi Lauper in The Threepenny Opera, created original roles on Broadway like “Nadine” in The Wild Party and “Lily” in James Joyce’s The Dead, and played a young opera singer in Follies on Broadway. Her portrayal as “Mindy” in Wallace Shawn’s off-Broadway Aunt Dan and Lemon garnered her high praise from fans and critics. She followed that by playing Randy Newman's first wife in The Education Of Randy Newman. Moriber earned massive praise for her dynamic roles on As The World Turns, Descent, Off-Track Betty, A Town’s Revenge, Swift Justice, and Law and Order: CI.
Through all her time performing on TV and in the theater, producers soon realized that she had a gift for songwriting. Piecing together catchy hooks that connected with listeners and turned life’s ups and downs into driving pop/rock tunes, she quickly took to performing with her own band. She has graced the stages of The Cutting Room, Joe’s Pub, The Knitting Factory and other legendary New York venues—she’s even had six original songs licensed to Nickelodeon in 2007.
Her upcoming EP Fire is set to debut later this year.
For more information of Brooke Moriber, go to her website.