Becca Adams Weinberg
Theatre ~ TV/Film ~ Voiceover
Hey, I'm Becca!
I'm a Pacific Northwest native, now an actor based in NYC. I've always had a huge imagination that led me to pursue a life filled with storytelling. That eventually led me to the world of musical theatre at the age of eight! I graduated from Molloy College/ CAP21's musical theatre BFA program, and have since been dipping my toes into the TV/film world, and voiceover work, especially animation and children's voices, as well as continuing my love for musical theatre. I have a huge interest in new works, collaborations and innovative projects of any kind and I love hearing and telling stories about the LGBTQ+ experience. Along with singing and acting, you can find me keeping busy with DIY projects, learning new dialects, writing, making up recipes, playing ukulele and knitting scarves for dogs.
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
During the Summer of 2023, I played "Olive Ostrovsky" the word-loving, kind-hearted elementary schooler in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Theatre of the Big Bend in Alpine, Texas. Video clips to come
Here's What's Happening...
Narcissists of New York City out on Amazon Prime!
I spent the whole summer of 2022 filming twelve episodes of the sitcom, Narcissists of New York City, currently available for purchase on Amazon Prime, as a series regular. The story follows a narcissistic Bengali American who moves in with three other narcissists in NYC. I play "Gaia," a pansexual, overly excited, Wannabe-Mother-Teresa.
As a lover of new works, I was very excited to originate the role of "Mary Crawley," an hopeful young immigrant struggling with tuberculosis, in a workshop of Liberty, a new musical by Regan Hicks in June 2022. The show takes place on the S.S. Nevada, a ship headed to America with Irish and Italian Immigrants looking for a better life.
~Catching Fireflies at Feinsteins's/ 54 Below~
After making my Feinstein's/54 Below debut this March in A Symphony for Portland in concert, I was lucky enough to perform there again, just two months later, in a brand new workshop of Catching Fireflies: A New Queer Musical, by Bella Faye. I played "Willow," a writer, traveler and poet who is questioning her sexuality.
The Menagerie Cycle
Based on the classic indie video game by Werpol, Directed by Tylor Shore and Rosie Garcia, Adapted by Rosie Garcia.
In November 2021, Arachne Theatre presented a workshop of a new dystopian play in two parts, titled The Menagerie Cycle, performed at the Nubox Theatre in Manhattan. I played "Rebecca," an empathetic, lower class young woman, who struggles to see what she deserves in life.
A Symphony for Portland (Feinstein's 54/Below and more!)
An original musical composed and written by Christina Hemphill, with themes of homelessness prevention, faith, family and LGBTQ+ intolerance.
After a 2017 staged reading, and then spending my time in quarantine (Summer 2020) wearing many "hats"(actor, casting associate, marketing, assistant to the producer) on a virtual premiere of Christina Hemphill's new musical, A Symphony for Portland, we finally got to perform the show in person! In March 2022, I made my Feinstein's/54 Below Debut in A Symphony for Portland, Songs in Concert. During the process of this musical, I have played three different roles: Starr, a sheltered teen who runs away from home, Sarah, a young queer homeless woman, and an ensemble member.
A Dream is a Wish, Holiday Princess Concert
Philadelphia Theatre Co. presents A Dream is a Wish
The Madison Theatre teamed up with Philadelphia Theatre Company to put on A Dream is a Wish, a Holiday Sing Along Concert that featured music and stories. I played "Sofia the First." Check out the Broadway World article and then watch "Sofia" sing on the PHL news!
Rob Rokicki & the Good Kids: Face Your Fears
The Green Room 42
Face Your Fears Concert performed at The Green Room 42 in NYC. It featured original music by Rob Rokicki, including songs from Experience Marianas, performed by CAP21 students, and select cast members from Broadway's The Lightening Thief. Read the Broadway World article here!