Singer, actress, author, and keynote speaker, Sandra Joseph holds the distinction of being the longest-running leading lady in Broadway’s longest-running show. For ten years and more than 1,300 performances, Sandra starred in The Phantom of the Opera
as Christine Daaé.
Along with The New York Times
bestselling author Caroline Myss, Sandra is the co-author/creator of the audio teaching program Your Creative Soul: Expressing Your Authentic Voice
. She has been seen on The Oprah Winfrey Show
, CNN, Today
, The Early Show
, The View
, Law and Order
, Law and Order: Criminal Intent
, Late Night with Conan O’Brien
, One Life to Live
, and As the World Turns
Sandra has performed in theatres throughout the United States and Europe, and currently—to her great delight—her mission to empower other people’s voices is bringing her to an entirely new set of stages. Sandra has been a keynote speaker at eBay; workshop facilitator at Omega Institute, and inspirational singer at Sounds True’s Wake Up Festival. Sandra is married to her co-star from The Phantom of the Opera
, actor Ron Bohmer. They share a home in a quiet neighborhood just outside of New York City with their adopted chow mix, Murphy.
Actor, businessman, author, and teacher, Eric Booth has performed in many plays on Broadway, Off Broadway and throughout the United States. Booth launched Alert Publishing, a company that in seven years became the largest of its kind in the U.S., analyzing research on trends in American lifestyles. His five books include The Everyday Work of Art
and The Music Teaching Artist’s Bible
. He has written dozens of magazine articles, and was the founding editor of the quarterly Teaching Artist Journal
Booth has been a faculty member of Juilliard for thirteen years and has taught at Stanford University, New York University, the Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center Education, where he is currently co-designing their national teaching artist training. He has given classes for every level from kindergarten through graduate school, as well as leading workshops at over thirty universities and conservatories, and sixty cultural institutions. He serves as a consultant for many organizations, cities, states, and businesses around the U.S., including seven of the ten largest U.S. orchestras, five national service organizations, and Carnegie Hall. Booth founded and led the first and second International Teaching Artist Conferences in 2012 and 2014 and was the keynote speaker at the 2005 and 2007 Educational Theatre Association Conferences. His essays can be found at ericbooth.net.