Jessica Vosk

Digital Playbill

Thank you for attending today’s performance at Enlow Recital Hall at Kean University. We hope you enjoy it!

Jessica Vosk seated in a chair looking up and pointing one of her legs up

The Band

Jessica Vosk


Mary-Mitchell Campbell

Music Director and piano

Matt Hinkley


Randy Landau


Jared Shonig


Marissa Rosen

Background vocals

Michael Di Liberto

Guest duet

Jessica Vosk is a celebrated singer and actress known for stirring roles on the musical theater and concert stage. Vosk made her sold-out Carnegie Hall debut in November 2021 in a solo show titled “My Golden Age.” 

Before the infamous shutdown, she starred as the Narrator in the 50th anniversary of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Lincoln Center. She also created the role of Aunt Val in the world premiere of Becoming Nancy, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Before that, Vosk finished an acclaimed run as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway, having played the role for two years.

Vosk starred in New York City Ballet’s Jerome Robbins tribute Something to Dance About, directed by Warren Carlyle, and re-created the role of Fruma Sarah in the most recent Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof. Other Broadway credits include Finding Neverland and The Bridges of Madison County. She starred as Anita in West Side Story with the San Francisco Symphony; the recording of the concert was nominated for a Grammy.

Her debut, Billboard-charting solo album Wild and Free was released in 2018 and was followed by 2020’s A Very Coco Christmas.


Dr. Lamont Repollet, President of Kean University

Audrey Kelly, Chief of Staff, Office of the President 

John J. Wooten, Executive Director, Theatre Management & Programming Office

Steve Cochran, Manager of Kean Stage

Christina Hoffman, Director of Marketing & Audience Development

Patrick McMullen, Production Supervisor 

Jennifer Milone-Clapp, Box Office & Front of House Supervisor

Patrick Shaw, Associate Production Manager

Yadira Hernandez, Marketing Associate

Megan Tobias, Administrative Assistant

Karen Smith, Vice President, University Relations

Joseph Moran, Creative Director

Suzanne Anan, Graphic Designer 

Frances Newton, Print Center 

Millie Gonzalez, University Relations Specialist



Melissa Bondar, Aneil Mohammed, Sean Morgan and Dave Wuethrich



Destiny Davis, Kevin Lazo, Kyle Ann Miller, Cristiana Rodriquez, Victoria Zaccardo



Biatriz Borges, Rashaad R Couloote, Anyah Dudley, Edward Garcia, Zachery Hally, Destiny Jure, Katie Kawko, Brandon Luckenbaugh, Jennifer Pillaga, Gerardo Lazo, Nicole Ribbau, Chachi Rodriguez, Spenser Williams

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Photo credit: Matthew Murphy

Jessica Vosk is represented by Opus 3 Artists.

ASL interpreters: Dana Fuller and Andrew Galuskin

Contest winner: Jack Ray


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