Katie Travis, currently on tour with the US company of The Phantom of the Opera, shares with us her magical experiences onstage, her work in Ghana and her future goals.
Where did you grow up, did you come from a theatrical family?
You went to college and studied voice, what was that experience like?
Did you receive any important or valuable advice from your teachers?
What is it like going to these different cities and performing?
A lot of people I know have only seen shows by touring companies, it's amazing. You said you worked with Norm Lewis and Hugh Panaro in Les Mis. What was that experience like, playing Cosette?
That is incredible!
In 2012, you spent some time in Ghana teaching. Can you tell us a bit about that?
Would you consider going back to teach?
For Broadway, what is one role you would like to play regardless of gender?
Have you had any embarrassing onstage moments?
You don't want to moon the audience!
What can you do!
Do you have any pre-show rituals?
What is your favorite book, TV show and film?
Who would you want to be your Freaky Friday?
The last question, if you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?
That's the most selfless answer we have gotten, and it's our favorite!