Actor | Vocalist | Vocal & Acting Teacher
Rema Webb last appeared on stage in her one-women show titled To Ella & Judy With Love. The show pays homage to the iconic Ella Fitzgerald and Judy Garland; and was performed outside on a socially distanced stage at Papermill Playhouse. Rema also starred in another one-woman show which underscored the extraordinary life of Fannie Lou Hamer at Premier Stages.
Broadway credits include: Escape to Margaritaville, The Color Purple, Violet, The Book of Mormon, The Lion King & Ragtime
Favorite Off-Broadway & Regional Credits: Speak on It: The Fannie Lou Hamer Story, Unmasked, Footloose, Disney's Hercules, Little Shop of Horrors, The Cradle Will Rock, A New Brain at Encores!, The Colored Museum & You're Standing in My Way: A New Song Cycle by William Finn Off-Center.
One-Woman Shows: Children Will Listen & To Ella and Judy With Love
Rema's life work.
Teaching and Mentoring. She is the Founder/Executive Director of On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program. On Broadway provides year- acting, singing, dance classes to young people ages 6 to 16. She also mentors and teaches young adults...providing lessons, internships, advise, encouragement and shoulders on which to lean. Over 80% of Rema's students receive Financial Assistance & Scholarships through her organization. For more information and/ or TO GET INVOLVED visit (www.onbroadway-patp.com)
Manager: Rashad Chambers
Esquire Entertainment, LLC
133 W. 19th Street 5th Floor
New York, New York 10011 USA
Phone: (646) 963-6091
Fax: (646) 289-5201
Agency: Harden Curtis Kirsten Riley Agency (HCKR)
214 W. 29th St.,Ste. 1203
New York, NY 10001
Commercial & Voice Over Agency :
1430 Broadway Suite 1513,
New York, NY 10018
Phone: (212) 315- 5505
Fax: (646) 448-0580
Broadway knows Rema Webb from productions like Violet and The Color Purple, and now audiences will get to know her as a trailblazer. For five performances, October 15-18, Webb will play the pioneering civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer in the Premiere Stages at Kean University production of Cheryl L. West's Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak on It! At the same time Webb will blaze a trail of her own, becoming one of the first actors to perform in a theater piece in the tristate area in seven months. It's a huge responsibility, and one that Webb doesn't take lightly.
-Fannie Lou Hamer Story-Premiere Stages
"Other musical highlights include the gospel number "Raise Me Up" (put across with just the right amount of fervor and self-aware performance by Rema Webb"
-Michael Glitz of the Huffington Post
-Violet on Broadway
"Praise should also be given to Rema Webb, an ensemble standout in an already strong ensemble. Webb brings the house down in “Raise Me Up,” a gospel revival number that will leave even the greatest of unbelievers saying “Amen.”
-NBC News NY
- Violet on Broadway
"Rema Webb as La La L'Amazing Grace (Diana Ross?) delivered mind-blowing performances."
-Boston Events Insider
- The Colored Museum
- Huntington Theater Company