Meet the face
behind the posts
Hello, and WELCOME friends! I’m so happy that you’ve stopped by. Please feel free to take a look around and stay awhile.
I have a lifestyle blog for you to check out, and two podcasts for you to peruse through:
Black Hair in the Big Leagues, produced by
The Broadway Podcast Network is the JAM for all things curly hair! And my newest show: The Salisha Show, produced by Podmax, is a podcast where I sit down and have great conversations with great people. It’s fun. It’s motivating. And there’s a video component as well if podcasts don’t happen to be your thing! My podcast guests include a range of stars from Hamilton, Lion King, Book of Mormon, and every major show on Broadway, as well as Miss USA contestants and industry professionals in TV and Film. Oh, and don’t forget to check out my coaching page. I’d love to work with you, whether One on One for audition prep or coaching for a song, or as a Masterclass with your school!
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If you’re wondering who I am, I’m just a theater nerd who ended up on Broadway in New York City. I was working at Disneyland as a vocalist when I decided to put my notice in for the Mouse and give NYC a try. A week after I officially moved, I booked a show called Beautiful the Carole King Musical to mount the 1st National Tour singing ‘Will You Love Me’ across the country. While on the road, I took a week off and became Miss California in the Miss World Organization. After a year and a half on tour with what became my favorite show, I once again put in my notice to give New York a chance.
But before I got back, I got a call asking if I’d play Diana Ross in a new show called Trevor the Musical. I did that show and fell head over heels with that story. And the week we closed in Chicago, I moved back to New York and made my Broadway debut in Beautiful the Carole King Musical. Y’all, I LOVED that show so much that I stayed until we closed. And shortly after, I joined the cast of Once Upon a One More Time, the Britney Spears Musical. Less than two weeks into rehearsals, the pandemic shut everything down. And through the darkness of the pandemic, I feel an almost rebirth having taken place within me.
If you still have life in your bones, there is ALWAYS a silver lining. I have discovered passions within me that would have never surfaced had it not been for this time “at home.” And now more than ever, I am so excited to finally return to Broadway, being a little more grounded with a brand new perspective of life, fresh ideas, bigger hair, more gratitude, and a new love.