KRISTIN HUFFMAN has always had “producer blood” in her. She appeared in the Tony award winning and Grammy nominated revival of Stephen Sondheim's Company, in which she played a leading role (Sarah) as well as flute, sax and piccolo. The production was filmed and aired on PBS's Great Performances and is available on DVD. While performing Kristin chronicled her experience with a blog on http://www.broadwayworld.com/ titled “Actorquest”. The Sondheim Review (national magazine) asked her to write for them and featured her stories. She is on the board of NY Theatre Barn and works specifically with the marketing department.
Kristin has performed with professional operas, theatres and symphonies around the US and in Europe, including: Papermill Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Opera Columbus, Maine State Music Theatre, Indianapolis, Alabama, Seattle, Portland, Lake Charles, Columbus and Alabama Symphonies, Ogunquit Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Ford's Theatre, Civic Light Opera of Pittsburgh, Maine State Music Theatre and the European tour of Phantom.
Her varied background includes Miss Ohio and Runner-up to Miss America, a reporter/broadcaster for NBC and many appearances and performances for charity organizations. She continues producing and hosting charity events for many including groups involved with breast cancer, Altzeimers and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Animal shelters etc and created “The Powerful Image Event” series to help teach non profits and businesses how to work together synergistically to not only survive in this economy, but to prosper. www.youtube.com/powerfulImage. She also owns her own cutting edge internet marketing business that recently partnered with Microsoft and is #54 on the top 100 online retailers list.
Kristin has been a piano and vocal performance teacher for 15 years and currently teaches at Western Ct. State University and the Hartt School (Univ. of Hartford). www.kristinhuffman.com
She is excited to begin this new adventure that truly aggregates all she has learned to do over the past 20 years, and to share it with her friends and family.