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Rene Goodwin

Rene GoodwinRene is a versatile performer. She is an actor and singer/songwriter. As an historical interpreter, she has performed her first-person program of Eleanor Roosevelt at the National Archives and at the White House Visitors’ Center under both the Clinton and Bush administrations. Rene also performs as American writer Dorothy Parker and is currently working on a characterization of Golda Meir.

Rene was last seen on the stage of the Walnut Street Theater in a production of “Voices” and at the Adrienne in “Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris” and in the 2005 Fringe Festival.

Rene has two CDs available with seven original songs included in the mix. She has choreographed for stage shows and for the Mummers Parade. She studied Shakespearean theatre at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts, and performed as a featured act in Japan. Ms. Goodwin teaches voice at her studio.

Rene Goodwin

For Information: or 215.271.5872.

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