Vocalist Victoria Gitten is a voice teacher and coach, originally from Wayland, MA, who holds a
Bachelor of Arts, with honors, in Theater Performance from Wagner College. She is an experienced
performer with extensive training in voice, acting, and dance. Some of her favorite roles include:
Belle in Beauty and The Beast; Miss Dorothy in Thoroughly Modern Millie; Arielle Moore in
Footloose; Guido’s Mother in Nine; and as a featured ensemble member in Anything Goes. Some
other performance favorites include: appearing as featured soprano soloist at a DeCordova Museum
Benefit Concert; competing as a finalist in The Peter Elvins Vocal Competition; and recording the
part of Becky in Stand Up and Shout Rumpelstiltskin (Eldridge Plays and Musicals).
More recently, Victoria acted as an extra alongside actor Chris Evans in Defending Jacob
(Paramount Television/Apple TV+), which premiered in June 2020. She was also selected to appear
as Michelle in the new musical comedy, T: An MBTA Musical! The musical will run at The Rockwell
Theatre, Somerville, MA, pending COVID-19.
Along with performing and teaching voice, Victoria also taught acting and dance at the Fessenden
School’s summer program. She believes in teaching acting through song and using the voice as a
vessel of expression. As a voice teacher, she shows her students the importance of a healthy vocal
technique and musical foundation, while exploring all styles and genres of singing. Besides building
a solid foundation in vocal skill, Victoria is happy to work with each student to explore the music and
musical styles they enjoy, and to coach them to their strengths to successfully audition for
opportunities in the performance arts – to showcase their very best self!