“be yourself- not your idea of what you think somebody else’s idea of yourself should be.” -Thoreau
GINA RIZZO BISHOP made her Broadway debut as Mary Rogers in The Will Rogers Follies. Her National Tour credits include: The Will Rogers Follies, Gypsy and Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She is a working actress with theatrical credits that include: Hair, Anything Goes, Seussical, Annie, Godspell, Unfabulous, and Drake & Josh on Nickelodeon. Gina is an LA based choreographer having worked on shows such as: CW’s Girlfriends, The Game and Big Love on HBO. Gina has been teaching for 22 years and plays an integral role as Co-Director / Choreographer for ShowCamp Performing Arts Camp, founded by her parents. She works with multiple Arts Organizations and is honored to have volunteered internationally offering free dance classes and teaching English to underprivileged kids in: South Africa, Thailand and Bali. Gina was honored to premiere the macabre inspired Urban Death at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, with ZJU Theatre Company and is currently recording an album with her band, The Darn Tootin’s! In 2016 she spent the year performing with Carnival Cruise Lines and in 2017 she toured the west coast tap dancing with Hollywood’s premiere tap troupe, The Satin Dollz. She is proud to continue inspiring young performers to utilize the stage as a positive platform by creating theatrical events to raise social awareness. Over the years hundreds of kids have teamed up with Gina to Dance for Causes and together they have raised considerable contributions to support valuable organizations including: The Invisible Children’s Network, Children of Haiti, Soles 4 Souls, Burbank Temporary Aid, The Bully Project, Marley’s Mutt, Love Yourself Campaign in 2020, Puerto Rico Earthquake Relief and more… Gina is motivated on and off the stage, or in front of the camera, by her love of the performing arts and its value in the world. She plans to continue exploring her creative potential for as long as she is given.
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thanks, very good =)