Photograph by Ioulex for NEW YORKER Magazine
Leah wrote an article for B-Side Productions. Topic of Discussion: Fun with Survival Jobs. Check out the article HERE.
Leah's first performance in SOMETHING ROTTEN! on Broadway is this Friday, July 15th! For more infor on the show and tickets, visit the "Something Rotten!" website.
Along with stylist George Brescia and her fellow Broadway gals, Leah appears on the cover of NEW YORK LIFESTYLES Magazine, July 2016 edition. Inside the magazine features an article and pictures highlighting George's work as a stylist to the stars. Click HERE for the article.
Back to Broadway! Leah joins the cast of SOMETHING ROTTEN! on Broadway July 15-October 2, 2016. For more info on the show and tickets, visit the "Something Rotten!" Website
Leah joins Twitter as @etchySketchyart. Let's give 'em something to Tweet about!
St. Ann's Warehouse Labapalooza New Puppet Festival: Leah puppeteers in Aaron Haskell's new piece "The Pact," featured in Program B of St. Ann's New Puppet Festival.
New Yorker Magazine Feature: Leah appears in the November 9, 2015 New York Magazine Issue with former NYCB Principal Wendy Whelan.
BAM! Leah performs as a puppeteer in Hagoromo at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, starring Wendy Whelan and Jock Soto, featuring direction by David Michalek, an original score by Nathan Davis, choreography by David Neumann and puppetry design by Chris Green.
Leah Joined Rob Thirtle in organizing the celebratory opening weekend parade of the National Sawdust Music Venue in Brooklyn. The parade featured the Asphalt Street Orchestra as well as the puppet and mask designs of Julian Crouch. Visit www.nationalsawdust.org.
Click here for parade pictures
Leah traveled to Salzburg, Austria where she performed at the internationally acclaimed Salzburger Festspiele. More Information on the shows: Mack the Knife- A Salzburg Three Penny Opera and the Austrian Favorite Jedermann.
The Merry Widow aired on PBS! DVD of The Merry Widow will launch this Christmas.
Leah will be performing as Frou Frou the Grisette in the Metropolitan Opera's production of The Merry Widow. Once again, she is honored to be under the direction of Susan Stroman, with production design by Julian Crouch. Renee Fleming, Nathan Gunn and Kelli O'Hara star in this brand new Metropolitan collaboration.
Check out Leah's two-page feature in DANCE MAGAZINE, September 2014 Issue: THE ARTISTIC HUSTLE! Thank you to writer Lauren Kay and photographer Kyle Froman for collaborating on this article and sharing in a fun, hustling adventure!
Under the leadership of artist Julian Crouch, Leah joined "Team Puppet" on The Chekov Project at Lake Lucille. She puppeteered and appeared in their innovative production of The Seagull, a theatrical event and upcoming film.
Playbill.com Debuts Leah’s second
Two-Show Day Photo Journal Feature: Backstage at Big Fish >
October 6, 2013
BIG FISH opens on Broadway at the Neil Simon.
Look for shout-out for the Elephant Butt Puppetry...
Dance Informa Online Magazine, in collaboration with Broadway Connection, interviews Leah Hofmann in a feature called
Getting the Next Gig on Broadway>
January 5, 2013
Leah, Isaac Woofter and Tom Lee appear as Joey on the front of the NY Times Arts Section, commemorating the closing of WAR HORSE on Broadway. Photographed my Damon Winter.
Other Fields To Conquer >
The Premiere of Ms. Hofmann’s first collaboration with Playbill.com:
TWO-SHOW DAY JOURNAL: Backstage at WAR HORSE on BROADWAY! >
WAR HORSE at Lincoln Center celebrates One Year on Broadway. Ms. Hofmann, Isaac Woofter and Lute Breuer appear as Joey at the matinee performance.
PHOTO CALL: War Horse Celebrates One Year on Broadway >
The Tony-winning production of War Horsecelebrated its first anniversary at Lincoln Center Theater’s Vivian Beaumont Theater on April 14 with a four-foot-long cake by Bill Schutz and the team at Creative Cakes.
January 12, 2012
Ms. Hofmann debuts on Broadway as the head of Joey the Horse in WAR HORSE at Lincoln Center.
Andrew Durand, Leah Hofmann, et al. Join Cast of WAR HORSE Tonight >
Ms. Hofmann assists Tom Kosis as the associate choreographer of LEGALLY BLONDE at Gateway Playhouse.
Ms. Hofmann begins her contract as the female swing on the YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN National Tour, also understudying the role of Inga.
Marcus Center Presents YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN >