Rebecca Simon is an adjunct assistant professor in Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts.  She has vocal coached numerous Rider University productions and directed the cabaret, The Human Heart. She had the honor of serving as the vocal coach for the McCarter Theatre Company’s production of The White Snake directed by Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman.

Ms. Simon is also a resident teaching artist for the McCarter Theatre Company and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity. Her acting credits include the Broadway national tours of Fiddler on the Roof with Theodore Bikel and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber starring Michael Bolton. She also toured with The Trans-Siberian Orchestra as a vocalist.  Her New York credits include Masada at the York Theatre, Boulevard X at Raw Space, the premiere of Piper’s Song at the Gene Frankel Theatre and Alcestis and Salome, both with the NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.  

This past summer, she appeared in Young Frankenstein at The Forestburgh Playhouse. Her other Forestburgh credits include, A Murder is Announced and La Cage Aux Folles. Her other regional credits include Sweet Charity (Aurora Theatre) Les Miserables (Actors Playhouse) and Evita, Twelfth Night, Company and Noises Off (Florida Atlantic Festival Repertory). Her directing credits include Shout! The Mod Musical at Arcadia University and various cabarets at the Forestburgh Playhouse. She holds an M.F.A in Acting from Florida Atlantic University and a certification in Colaianni Speech Technique.