Miss Cast Me

On a hot stormy summer night, Adi and Rony decided to shoot a music video from the killer musical Chicago only to be immediately faced with a dilemma; Who would play which role? Neither of them would ever be cast in the roles of Roxie or Velma. A plus sized lead in a Broadway musical that’s not Hairspray?! Unheard of!

 

Full of gluten-free pizza and ideas, they decided to do their video anyway, only to have it blossom into a much more unique and intimate project.

 

Miss Cast Me is a fresh, comedic take on the struggles of plus size actresses being cast in the lead roles of musicals. The lighthearted cabaret includes Broadway review, pop music, and sharp Disney twists.

 
 

Rony Goffer

Adi Kozlovsky

Amir Shoenfeld,

MD

Rony was born in Israel and raised in the Philippines, where she discovered a passion for music. At 16, she became part of a published songwriting team and wrote songs for top Israeli artists (Dudu Fisher, Maya Buskila, Adi Cohen, etc…) both in English and Hebrew, even translating between the two languages. More recently, she co-wrote “I’ve Got You”, the first single off of dance diva Martha Wash’s latest album in New York. 

In 2010, her first single "Winning" was featured in Sony Music and Rise Sport's album for the FIFA World Cup. 

Rony was also a front woman / songwriter of the sensational pop group, XELLE, known for their outrageous, conceptual music videos, with millions of views on YouTube. With XELLE, Rony has toured all over the US opening for such acts as Joan Rivers, En Vogue, C+C Music Factory, and Salt ‘n’ Pepa. 

In May 2017, Rony reached #11 on the Billboard Dance Club Chart with “Light Beams” (DJ Extasia and Zach Adam Feat. Rony G).

 

TV- Rony was featured on “Jersey Couture” and “Big Ang”.

 

Theater- Rony is an alumna of Beit Zvi, Israel's foremost school for musical theater. Favorite roles include: Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida" (Amneris/ Dir. Arthur Kogan), “Hamlet” (Gertrude), "A Chorus Line" (Sheila/ Dir. Moshe Kepten), "Fame-the Musical" (Miss Sherman), and "Oedipus: Trial of the Gods" (Jokasta/ Dir. Zedi Zarfati).

Adi was born and raised in Israel. After 2 years of serving in the Air-Force Band, Adi studied musical theater and graduated from Beit-Zvi, School of the Performing Arts. She has been on stage ever since. Some of her favorite shows that she has performed in are Beauty and the Beast, Oliver!, Cats, and the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. 

 

Adi went on to originate the role of Alta in the Vocapeople, the sensational ensemble which garnered fame for mixing acapella and beatboxing. Adi starred as Alta all over the world and in the Off Broadway run of the Vocapeople, as they continued to gain popularity with their numerous television appearances and millions of views on their Youtube videos. She is currently their NYC artistic director and international dance captain.

 

Adi is also a voice over artist and has dubbed numerous tv shows and movies like Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins), Dora the Explorer (Boots), Phineas and Ferb (Candace), Harry Potter (Bellatrix Lestrange), Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Daisy Duck), Shrek (Rapunzel), and many more.

Amir is passionate about musical theatre composition and songwriting. The combination of storytelling, music and stagecraft makes musical theatre the most powerful art form there is. In his writing, he believes in emotional truth and cultural specificity.

Amir has been a featured composer on several prestigious showcases including BEAM2018, the biggest showcase of new musical theatre writing in the UK as well as SIGNAL, a showcase curated by the director Adam Lenson as well as a finalist on the 2019 Stiles and Drewe Best New Song competition and he has recently been shortlisted as composer for the Old Vic 12.

Currently, he is an associate lecturer on the MA in Musical Theatre at Goldsmiths College University of London and  a member of Book, Music & Lyrics (BML).