Rebecca Pitcher is best known for her portrayal of Christine Daae in the Andrew Lloyd-Webber production of The Phantom of the Opera.
She is currently on a leave from the 1st National Tour of The Sound of Music, directed by Jack O’Brian where she plays the role of Baroness Elberfeld and covers the role of Elsa Schreader.
Described as having “… a glorious voice, and a luminous presence”, Rebecca has appeared in over 3,000 performances of Phantom including the US, Broadway, and Singapore.
Miss Pitcher recently reprised the role of Mary Poppins in The Beck Center award-winning production of Mary Poppins. She also appeared in the Off-Broadway production of Till Divorce do us Part, and as Lydia and Dusty in two newly mounted productions of Mardi Gras and The Last Word at The York Theatre in New York City.
Other favorite roles include: Amalia in She Loves Me, Christine in the Yeston-Koppitt version of Phantom, Grace Farrell in Annie, Nimue in Camelot, Cassandra in the New York Musical Theatre Festival production of Pride and Prejudice, Rose in Street Scene, and Louella Parsons in Saving Aimee written by Kathy Lee Gifford.
Rebecca’s concert performances include Mozart's Mass in C minor, Carmina Burana, Requiem by John Rutter, Handels Messiah, and appearances with The Michael Amante Orchestra. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2011 as the soprano soloist in The Golden Boy composed by Freddie Mercury.
Rebecca Pitcher is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, and The Peabody Institute. She was also a young artist at Ashlawn Highlands music festival and with the Pittsburgh Opera Center at Duquesne.