Schools of the Stars: Where It Shoulda Been You Cast and Creators Went to College

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Where the principals of the Broadway musical It Shoulda Been You pursued their college studies.

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What does it take to write, create or star in a Broadway musical? Hard work, talent, luck—all backed up by a good education. You have to supply the first three yourself, but PlaybillEDU™ can help you find the fourth.

Here is a rundown on where the principals of the Broadway musical It Shoulda Been You pursued their college studies. Visit PlaybillEDU.com to learn how you can follow in their footsteps. Individual school listings on the site are linked below.

Cast List:
Tyne Daly: Brandeis University & American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Harriet Harris: The Juilliard School
Lisa Howard: College Conservatory of Music (University of Cincinnati)
Sierra Boggess: Millikin University
Montego Glover: Florida State University
David Burtka: University of Michigan
Chip Zien: University of Pennsylvania
Josh Grisetti: Boston Conservatory
Adam Heller: New York University
Michael X. Martin: Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts
Anne L. Nathan: Boston Conservatory
Nick Spangler: New York University
Edward Hibbert: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

Production Credits:
Brian Hargrove: (Book & Lyrcis) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill & The Juilliard School
Barbara Anselmi: (Music) New York University
David Hyde Pierce: (Director) Yale University
Josh Rhodes: (Choreographer) University of Michigan
Anna Louizos: (Scenic Design) New York University
William Ivey Long: (Costume Design) College of William & Mary & Yale School of Drama
Ken Billington: (Lighting Design) Did not attend college
Nevin Steinberg: (Sound Design) Harvard University

Visit PlaybillEDU.com to learn how you can follow in their footsteps!

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