Bio & Contact

photo by Helane Blumfield


Becca made her professional cabaret debut in 2017 with her show, “A Song & Its Girl” at Don’t Tell Mama with four successful performances and a nomination for the 2018 MAC Award for Best Female Debut and followed it up with her joyous geeky celebration “Fangirl”. She was part of the recording for The Church of the Alien Love Child Presents: The Passion of Rev. Yolanda.  She was the Artistic Director of Swiftly Tilting Theatre Project and has produced and directed four major productions. She has published a monograph on grief in the musical Next to Normal.  She has a masters in English Education from Boston University.  Becca is a reiki practitioner and more information about her practice can be found here.


Email: beccackidwell AT


“Kidwell exemplified cabaret at its best…her abundant exuberance was contagious” -Cabaret Hotspot

“Becca brought tears to my eyes because her passion and storytelling are very strong”
-Alice Ripley, Tony Award Winner

“Becca Kidwell’s infectious joy in her music is transcendent. Her emotional connection to each song is palpable and she positively glows as she digs deep into the story she shares through her music”
– Eric Michael Gillett, Bistro, multiple MAC award winner, and Broadway performer

“There is such joy, truth and love in this amazing first show. I had a smile on my face even when there were tears in my eyes.”
-Bob Diamond, MAC Award winner for Best Male Vocalist

“Becca Kidwell touched us with her warmth and winning ways. A wonderful debut!”
-Ira Lee Collings, multiple MAC Award winner