DeLaney Westfall moved from Utah to New York City and has never looked back! Most recently, DeLaney starred as Johanna in Barrow Street Theater’s award-winning production of Sweeney Todd. She has also starred on Broadway as Lauren in Kinky Boots, in the revival of Side Show, and both on Broadway and in the National Tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. DeLaney loves to connect to her fans through meet-and-greets, Q&As, coachings, and more!

DeLaney Westfall

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DeLaney Westfall moved from Utah to New York City and has never looked back! Most recently, DeLaney starred as Johanna in Barrow Street Theater’s award-winning production of Sweeney Todd. She has also starred on Broadway as Lauren in Kinky Boots, in the revival of Side Show, and both on Broadway and in the National Tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. DeLaney loves to connect to her fans through meet-and-greets, Q&As, coachings, and more!

Charity

This purchase benefits Broadway For Racial Justice.

BFRJ has been listening very fervently to the calls for progress across the education front. In our collective spaces, we began to see a clear opportunity to create a moment for unification and immediate action within the higher education arena.

The Mission: Fighting for racial justice and equity by providing immediate resources, assistance, and amplification for BIPOC in the Broadway and Theatrical community at-large. In doing so, we help to create safe spaces throughout the theatre community for creativity and artistry to thrive.

Decolonize This seeks to aid in the transformation of the entire landscape of higher education, which serves as a large training ground for the theatre industry. Decolonize This will give space for healing, provide tools and resources for active immediate change, and amplify/provide access to the diverse voices that have been working towards the decolonization of higher education in the theatre arts.

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