What I learned from Broadway and How it Made my Life a Musical with Rene Pfister
- February 15, 2022
What I learned from Broadway and How it Made My Life
a Musical with composer, lyricist, perfomer, Rene Pfister
Friday, MAY 20 | 2:00 PM
Join Rene Pfister as he performs some of Broadway’s favorites and shares a few of the things he’s learned from the Great White Way. His accolades include over 300 original songs, 30 musical adaptations, and 25 years of cabaret. As Artistic Director of the Berklee Theater Arts Collaborative, Rene has established Berklee’s premier musical theater training program alongside Berklee faculty cultivating the success of new musical theater writer and performers. Rene teaches musical theater, acting, and voice as a professor at Berklee College of Music, and directs The Musical Theater Ensemble and The Theater for Young Audiences Ensemble.
Rene graduated cum laude from Berklee and has acted, music directed, and directed regionally in New England and New York for 34 years. He appeared on stage in the 30th Anniversary European Tour of HAIR and also in OH,FIGARO! with The National Theater of the Deaf’s U.S. touring company. Rene recently performed his one person show, “What I Learned from Years of Therapy…If Anything” which debuted to sold-out audiences throughout New England.Rene has worked internationally in India, Africa, and China through peace conferences, colleges, summer camps, and schools to teach and showcase his unique brand of music and theater. A multi-instrumentalist in violin, keyboard, and voice he is a member folk duo BROTHER BLISS and quartet THE BROADWAY UNDERGROUND in New York City.