Gina comes from a theatrical family, so it’s no wonder she has found her people at Siegelvision. Raised in San Francisco, she grew up backstage watching her mother perform while her father directed.
She graduated from American Conservatory Theatre in 1982 and became a full-time company member. When the groundbreaking musical Les Misérables was opening a company in San Francisco, she snagged the role of Madame Thenardier.
Her impressive performance changed the trajectory of her life in the most spectacular way — this California gal moved back East to Broadway. Nine Broadway shows later, she now hangs her hat in Jersey, with two beautiful mutts and her handsome drummer hubby Kory.
Through fellow Les Miz castmate Lucille DeCristofaro, she was introduced to Alan Siegel. She project-managed and curated the interior design for a buildout of Siegelvision’s gorgeous office space.
We couldn’t bear to let her go, and she now holds the role of Office Manager, acting as resident house mother and hug-giver for our dynamic team.
Hidden talent: During her tenure in Les Misérables, Gina once fell headfirst into the orchestra pit, executed a perfect tuck and roll (albeit landing on the drums), and made her next entrance from Center Stage — without missing a beat.
The show does go on.