Jessica Webb, Studio 3 Instructor and Alumni, is currently pursuing her professional acting and dance career in the Big Apple! Jessica moved to New York to train and audition with some of the nation’s best in the musical theatre capital of the world. She is currently part of a professional swing dance company and does voiceover work. Recently, she appeared in the off-Broadway production of “I’ll Say She Is: the lost Marx Brothers Musical” in its original cast.
Jessica Webb met artistic director Emma England when they were performing together in the professional production of Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre in Mesa. She soon joined Studio 3, where she debuted in her first Studio 3 show in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (2010). Jessica trained in many areas of the arts at Studio 3 and was a graduating member of the Studio 3 Showstoppers. She graduated high school a year early so that she could spend an extra year working in professional theatre and teaching at Studio 3 before moving to New York, just weeks after her 18th birthday.
Jessica has received many awards from the National Youth Arts, as well as AriZoni Nominations for her performances in youth theatre at Studio 3. She also was chosen for the prestigious “Performer of the Year” award, given to 1 student each year at Studio 3, who exemplifies outstanding performance and work ethic. We have no doubt that Jessica will go far and can’t wait to see how things turn out for her in New York!
Recent productions include Into the Woods as Cinderella (NYA award winner), YAGMCB as Sally (NYA award winner), and Little Shop of Horrors as Audrey (AriZoni nominee) at Studio 3, Godspell as Jessica at MET, and Piglet in Winnie the Pooh at the Palms Theatre! Regional credits include Caught in the Net as Vicki Smith, Meet Me in St. Louis as Tootsie, and Annie as Duffy at Broadway Palm West.