Gina Feliccia
Gina Feliccia
Gina Feliccia began her theater experience through out San Diego County, before moving to New York at the early age of 18. Gina continued to follow her dream while studying at the American Academy for the Performing Arts, and privately with some of New York’s finest vocal coaches. She devoted 13 years studying classical and musical theater technique for vocal performance.  She started at the age of 13 in San Diego with James R. Cook and went on to study with Sarkis Sikarian of the Metropolitan Opera NYC and the late Tony McDowell, Broadway's vocal coach, NYC.  She studied futher in Acting technique at Playwrights Horizons under the tutelage of Jim Boney NYC among other great instructors. 

 

Gina walked the yellow brick road to stardom on Broadway after starring as Dorothy in the National Tour of the Wizard of Oz.  After a series of rigorous auditions, she earned the privilege of understudying the roles of Eponine and Cosette in the Broadway Production of Les Miserables.  She was recognized for her gifts and talents, and was the first female to be contracted for both starring roles in the Broadway Cast as well as the National Touring Company. 

 

 

Gina toured and performed in other productions such as Camelot, Man of La Mancha, where she portrayed Aldonza first in New York, and then at the Moonlight Amphitheater in Vista.  Most recently she played in Eva Peron in Evita at Grace Arts Live in Arizona as well as for PACO Arts in North County San Diego. 

 

 

Currently she resides in Jackson Hole Wyoming where you can find her performing, teaching young aspiring artists in the forms of acting as well as a private vocal lesson, and running her Broadway gangs Non Profit, Big City Broadway.