Drew Springer-Miller (she/her), a native of Stowe, VT, is an actor, singer, writer, and director. Credits include Sally Bowles in Cabaret (FlynnArts,) Kayleen in Gruesome Playground Injuries (SeeSaw,) Tracy in Hairspray(CRH,) Madelaine True in The Wild Party (Pace,) Rita in Lucky Stiff(FlynnArts,) and Marvalyn/Marci/Hope/Rhonda in Almost, Maine (STG.) Concert credits include HATCHED at Feinstein’s 54 Below, directed by Ryan Scott Oliver, Bill Reed Rising Stars 2012, 2014, and 2016, as well as her own solo show in 2016. In addition, Drew served for two consecutive years on the board of the Choate Rosemary Hall Fringe Festival and has directed several plays, including Christopher Durang’s ‘Dentity Theft, portions of The Visit by Freidrich Dürrenmatt, and an original one-act, entitled In The Kitchen. In 2015, she wrote and performed an original one-woman play about the 9/11 attacks called Spring. Training includes the Arts Concentration Program in Drama at Choate Rosemary Hall, the Circle in the Square Summer Musical Theater Intensive, and now Pace University’s BFA Musical Theater Program (2020). She is the recipient of the Robert Carter Bryan Prize in dramatics at Choate Rosemary Hall. Drew is a co-founder of The SeeSaw Company.