Who is Faith Soloway?
Faith Soloway is an American folk-rock musician, comedic performer, and creator of several folk-rock musicals, based in the Boston area. She studied theater at Indiana University and performed improv comedy regularly, along with leaving school to tour with Second City. She spent three years as music director for Second City, which led to the creation of Soloway's first original musical, The Real Life Brady Bunch. The show, which premiered in 1990, was a collaboration with her sister, Jill Soloway, and it toured across the country. Both Soloway sisters moved to Hollywood briefly to produce television shows, but Faith Soloway decided she was not interested in television work and in 1994, moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to pursue a songwriting career.
After performing at open mike nights as a solo musician, Soloway began producing a series of rock operas that were performed at Club Passim. She started with the minimalist The Principal and the Potter, which was followed by Miss Folk America
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