Mary in Der Medicus, Director Holger Hauer, Schlosstheater Fulda
Johanna in Sweeney Todd, Director Philipp Kochheim, Staatstheater Braunschweig
Ensemble, Cover Jane, Cover Kala in Tarzan, Stage Entertainment,
Apollo Theater Stuttgart
Ensemble, Cover Cécil in Gefährliche Liebschaften,
Opening Night by Marc Schubring and Wolfgang Adenberg,
Director Josef E. Köpplinger, Cuvillièstheater München
Miss Engel in Der Neurosenkavalier,
Written & Directed by Gunther Beth, Mein Schiff 3
Solist on Bord of Mein Schiff 3, TUI Cruises
Rhinemaiden and Valkyre in Wagners Ding mit dem Ring,
Opening Night by Thomas Zaufke and Michael Ulli Heissig,
Director Ricarda Ludigkeit, Musikalische Komödie Leipzig
Solist on Bord of Mein Schiff 1, TUI Cruises
Revuegirl in Der Blaue Engel,
Director Mario Eick, Spiegelzelt Leipzig
Stepmother in Cinderella
by Thomas Pigor,
Director Franka Söll, Großes Thalia Theaer Halle (Saale)
Sister Amnesia in Nunsens,
by Dan Goggin,
Director: Franka Söll, Kleines Thalia Theater Halle (Saale)
Johanna Zett, born in 1990 in Leipzig, already came in touch with the Musical genre at the age of 11. At the Steintor Varieté in Halle (Saale) she learned her first skills in tapdance and modern jazzdance, singing and acting. Besides she received piano and opera vocal lessons.
After her graduation in 2009 she started studying in a class, specialized in Musical/Pop/Jazz and Vocal Coaching, at the College for Music und Theatre „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ in Leipzig and graduated in 2014 with two diplomas.
Johanna Zett played in „Non(n)sens“ as Sister Amnesia, in „WAGNERS Ding mit dem Ring“ as Rhinemaiden and Valkyre and on bord of the Mein Schiff cruise ship as soloist.
She also took part in Marc Schubring’s and Wolfgang Adenberg’s new master piece “Gefährliche Liebschaften” (Dangerous Liaisons), directed by Josef E. Köpplinger and just played Cover Jane, Cover Kala and Ensemble in “Disney’s Musical Tarzan”!
After playing Johanna Barker in Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd at Staatstheater Braunschweig last Fall, she is on stage as Mary in “The Physician” at Schlosstheater Fulda right now.
Judith Lefeber deserved a small break, so she introduced her tonight’s first special guest: Johanna Zett, who fascinates and touches with her powerfull voice and the song I Can’t Make You Love Me. Born in Leipzig and still studying Musical and Vocal Coaching in her home town, she shows her big potential and makes one curious about her career. After the solved problem of how to climb a bar chair in an elegant way while wearing a dress and heels we hear Blau im Blau from the German singer Yvonne Catterfeld in a harmonic duette of the girls, inviting to dream.
Johanna Zett immediatley gives us the next musical highlight and strains the audiences laugh muscles a voicly sophisticated and grand interpretation of Aschenbrödel, which tells the story of Cindarella in an uncommon way – the talented singer is supported by Tom Bitterlich, who throws in a really important „Ahahaha“ at the right places, and from the audience as pidgeons, who „tweet“ the blood-in-the-shoe-thing to the prince. It’s understandable that Judith Lefeber is jealous (with a wink) of this brilliant title. Then it gets serious again and the audience is free to enjoy the wonderful women’s duette When You Believe, althoug both singers can compete easyly with the original singers Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston.
At a concert of Judith Lefeber, with the special guest Christian Alexander Müller in Chemnitz – there has to be an „Aida-Block“, and so we hear the powerful interpretation of the triplette A Step Too Far, the duette Elaborate Lives and last but not least the solo Easy As Life – the pleasant anticipation for the play’s reopening in fall is seizable.
The final of the varied and atmospheric musical time travel is the big pop ballade I’ll Always Love You, to show Judith Lefeber’s big voice and to close the circle to „German Idol“, where the born in India and raised in Germany made this title her image.
United Musicals about “Simply Judith Lefeber”, 12.05.2013
With the students from Leipzig one noticed, that some of them translated the songtexts into German by themselves. For instance Johanna Zett who showed her romantical side with “Light in the Piazza” and giving the self confident woman with “My Body” from “The Life”.
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