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Rebecca Spencer Official web site



March 11 - 16, 2012
Helena, Havre, Ft. Benton and Polson, MT
From Broadway to Las Vegas Montanta tour

Montana Concerts Flyer


  July 27 - August 17, 2011
Merry Go Round Playhouse, Auburn, NY
42nd Street

Dorothy Brock

Rebecca starred as Dorothy Brock in the Merry Go Round Playhouse's
production of 42nd Street, directed by Brett Smock, in Auburn, NY.

Open Space Poster

May 21, 2011

Open Space for Arts and Community, Vashon, WA
Burlesco Notturno

Rebecca was one of six featured performers in a "saucy, sexy soiree"
  in the incredible Open Space on Vashon Island.
She was featured in the preview article about this show.

McPherson Opera House

March 19, 2011

McPherson Opera House, KS
From Broadway to Las Vegas

Rebecca and Philip presented a new full length concert at this newly restored opera house on the
Register of National Landmarks, in McPherson, KS. John Holecek, Executive Director of the Opera House,
had this to say in a note he sent to fellow Arts Presenters:
"The show moves with marvelous ease and naturalness but always with theatrical flair.  Given Rebecca Spencer’s and Philip Fortenberry’s extensive background in musical theatre, the musicianship is impreccable. Rebecca’s asides between musical numbers take the audience through the stage door for an insider’s look at Broadway.
Rebecca and Philip’s performance at the McPherson Opera House was their maiden voyage with this all new show,
and I, as Executive Director, can truly say that “ From Broadway to Las Vegas” is one of the best shows we’ve ever presented.  The post-show audience response in conversations with me was exceptionally positive.
As Jack Lord used to say on Hawaii Five-O,  'Book’em Danno!'"

Februay 24, 2011
Las Vegas, NV
Composers Showcase

Rebecca was featured as a soloist, with Philip on piano, in a concert marking the
launch of the new Composers Showcase in Las Vegas.


October 15
The Meydenbauer Conference Center, Bellevue, WA
After Hours Showcase at the Arts Northwest Conference

Rebecca participated as a juried selection for the 2010 Arts Northwest Conference, performing a set of
signature songs, with Philip Fortenberry at the piano, to presenters from around the country.

September 15 - November  21
The Village Theatre, Issaquah and Everett, WA
The Full Monty

Rebecca co-starred as Vicki Nichols in the Village Theatre production of The Full Monty,
directed by Jerry Dixon.

Bistro Program Ad

July 26 at 7:00pm
Birdland, New York City
Jim Caruso's Broadway at Birdland Series - Debut
Rebecca Spencer in Concert with Philip Fortenberry

July 24 at 8:30pm
Harlan's Cabaret at The Nevermore Hotel, New Hope, PA
Rebecca Spencer in Concert with Philip Fortenberry

Rebecca and Philip offered highlights from their recording collaborations - the 2004 Bistro award-winning
CD, Wide Awake and Dreaming, and current CD, Fair Warning, as well as Philip's new piano solo
release, Broadway My Way! Featuring frolicking comedic and dramatic original compositions from
Kooky Tunes composer and collaborator Keith Thompson.

Waitin Flyer

June 20 at 2:00pm
The Flamingo Library Theatre, Las Vegas, NV
Brown Bag Concert Series
From Broadway to Las Vegas

Rebecca and Philip presented the Las Vegas debut of Waitin'
at the Flamingo Library Theatre, 1401 East Flamingo Road, sponsored by the
Performing Arts Society of Nevada.

Follies Flyer

June 5 at 8:00pm
June 6 at 2:00pm
The Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA

FOLLIES in Concert

Rebecca appeared in the Showtunes Theatre Company's production of FOLLIES
in the role of  Solange, singing "Ah, Paris". Showtunes Theatre Company is under the
artistic direction of Martin Charnin. Read the press release here..

Castle Flyer

May 16 at 8:00pm
The Castle on the Hudson, Tarrytown, NY
Broadway at the Castle Series
Rebecca Spencer in Concert with Philip Fortenberry

Rebecca and Philip debuted a new program at The Castle on the Hudson, with a special guest appearance by Broadway actor John Treacy Egan (The Producers, Jekyll & Hyde, The Little Mermaid). The program included
highlights from their signature art song interpretations and original compositions from collaborator and
Kooky Tunes composer, Keith Thompson. 
Link to article here.

Blue Heron Postcard

March 13 at 8:00pm
Blue Heron Arts Center, Vashon, WA
Panache Jazz Series
Broadway Passages

Blue Heron Show

Rebecca and Philip debuted Broadway Passages at the Blue Heron Arts Center on
Vashon Island, WA, presented by Vashon Allied Arts as part of the organization's Panache Jazz Series.
Link to Feature article here.

Passages Flyer

January 10
APAP Conference
Broadway Passages

On January 10th Rebecca and Philip showcased their newest concert collaboration, Broadway Passages,
at the APAP Conference in New York City.


Book Cover

Rebecca graced the cover of a new encyclopedia of the cabaret world.

On November 18 Rebecca appeared in a special tribute as part of the Dedication Ceremony for
the Harry M. Dengler Jr. Performing Arts Center in Langhorne, PA. Harry Dengler was Rebecca's
first voice teacher when she was in Middle School.

On October 24 & 25 Rebecca was back in Las Vegas to co-star
in a benefit presentation of God Lives in Glass.

On October 14 Rebecca and Philip showcased at the
29th Annual Arts Northwest Booking Conference in Boise, ID.

On September 24 & 25 Rebecca participated in the Performing Arts Exchange in Norfolk, VA.

In August Rebecca co-starred in the new musical The Cuban and the Redhead as part of Seattle's
Village Theatre's Festival of New Musicals, Village Originals, where Next to Normal was developed. 

In July Rebecca returned to Las Vegas to record a demo tape for composer Richard Oberacker's musical Ace.

In June Rebecca debuted her new concert, From Broadway to Las Vegas, at the Castle on the Hudson in
Tarrytown, NY with her Musical Director Philip Fortenberry. Here's the flyer.

In April Rebecca sang as a guest star as part of the Liberace Museum's 30th Anniversary Gala
at the Liberace Museum in Las Vegas.
Read more about the event here.

In March Rebecca appeared in Seattle as one of the Broadway stars for a concert entitled
Broadway Comes to Broadway Bound, benefiting the Broadway Bound Children's Theatre.
Read about the performance here.

In February Rebecca appeared as a special guest star as parrt of Philip Fortenberry's
Liberace and Me presentation at the Liberace Museum in las Vegas.
Read more about the show here.

In January Rebecca performed as a solist for Seattle's Fifth Avenue Theatre's Spotlight Series.

Rebecca continued as Madame Giry, the role she originated in PHANTOM - The Las Vegas Spectacular.
This new production of the smash show, at The Venetian Hotel and Casino, reunited Spencer
with Broadway legend Harold Prince.
The Las Vegas Review Journal named Phantom the Top New Production on the Strip, raving
"There's lots of talent on display at 'Phantom -- The Las Vegas Spectacular,' but
the person I can never stop watching is Rebecca Spencer…The actress gets to show her sensuous side
in a new CD, "Fair Warning,"and it's difficult to believe that this
passionate vocal performance comes from the same body and soul as our Madame Giry."

Rebecca debuted her full length concert program as part of the Performing Arts Society of Nevada's
Brown Bag Concert Series, joined by her Musical Director and pianist Philip Fortenberry,
as well as cellist Moonlight Tran in a program built around her two recordings.
You can read more about it here.

Rebecca was a featured guest soloist in benefit concert performances of God Lives in Glass, composed by Keith Thomspon, along with members of the "Broadway West" community, uniting the casts of Mama Mia, The Producers, Spamalot, and Phantom-The Las Vegas Spectacular.

Rebecca continued to perform regularly as part of the Composers Showcase, each month in
Las Vegas, featuring new works created by performers and artists from the Strip's productions.

Rebecca was one of the stars of Heaven in Your Pocket at the 2008 New York Musical Theatre Festival.
Read more about this production here.