Maggie Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Musical Theater and Movement, and is a choreographer for the Theater Department. She has taught for The College of New Jersey, Wagner College, Tisch Cap-21 NYC, Moravian College, McCarter Theatre educational department, and multiple performing arts schools and conventions across the country. A member of Actor’s Equity, Maggie has performed in numerous productions in NYC and regional theatres, tours, concert dance, and cabaret. Some favorite venues include Walnut Street Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Fulton Theatre, Trump Plaza, NC Theatre, Galveston Grand Opera House, Forestburgh Playhouse, Surflight Theatre, Vineyard Playhouse and Maples Repertory Theatre. TV: As the World Turns, Sex and the City, and several regional & national commercials. Her primary creative focus is choreography for the musical theatre stage and the development of movement-based theatrical works and teaching techniques. Maggie holds a certification in the Margolis Method in which she bases her movement technique and is a nationally certified yoga teacher in alignment based vinyasa. Recent choreography and directing projects include: Grease, West Side Story (Forestburgh), Chicago, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Pirates of Penzance (Maples Rep), The Jungle Book, Cinderella (McCarter), and Urinetown (Drexel). For Temple Theaters, Maggie has choreographed Brigadoon, Anything Goes, Oklahoma!, Hair, The Boys from Syracuse, Spring Awakening, A Chorus Line, and Urinetown. Her class offerings include ballet, jazz, tap, musical theater dance, movement for the actor, dance for the actor, musical theater vocal rep, and the creative spirit.