Heather Curran, a South Florida native, graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theater performance. During her time there, she was an instructor for USF Summerplay Theater Camp and helped create an arts outreach program at the university community center that extended arts classes to children of families in the Florida court system. She was Assistant/Dramaturg to Ann Reinking’s Broadway Theater Project for four years. Currently, she is performing, recording, and teaching in the New York area as a member of Actors Equity. Some of her favorite roles include Franya in William Wade’s Warsaw, understudy to Kate Baldwin as Milady in George Stiles’ Three Musketeers (Starring Aaron Tveit), Irene Molloy in Hello, Dolly!, and Cinderella in Into the Woods. Her voice can be heard on John Tartaglia and William Wade’s ImaginOcean (Off Broadway/National & International Tour) and the New York Times bestselling children’s books The Kissing Hand and Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully. She also teaches music theater at Brooklyn Conservatory of Music and Mark Morris Dance Center, where she is also an instructor for their Sing for PD program. She is also program coordinator for the Broadway’s Babies children’s program at a shelter in New York City.