Maureen Iseman-Broeking (Daisy Werthan)
Maureen was honored to play opposite Drew Taylor in the role of Melissa in A.R. Gurney’s “Love Letters” last summer with the Klinkhart Hall Arts Center. Maureen lent her directing and choreography skills to a production of “Bernice Bobs Her Hair” at the Theater Project of Schoharie County in May of 2022. Maureen has worked extensively in Film, including the lead role in an independent film: “Rocky Point” and in features including: “Green Card” and “Ghost”. Television credits include “Law and Order”, “The Equalizer”, and the PBS docudrama: Aidfilms with Ronald Reagan Jr. Commercials: including, Hitachi, Sunnyside Food, and Steinwurzal Sportswear. Off-Broadway, Maureen performed the role of Robin in “The Indian Burn” at the Sandford Meisner Theater.
Summer Stock: including “No, No, Nanette” starring Van Johnson, “Artists, Models, and Madness” at Kenley Players of Akron Ohio. Norwegian Cruise Lines in “My Fair Lady” and “The Sea Legs Revue”. Arthur’s Cabaret in Pittsburgh Pa. A favorite role was that of “Bubbles” singing a song written with her mom while being rolled out in a bubble-filled pink bathtub. Maureen performed in the revue “C’est si Bon” with Miller-Reich Productions in Montreal. She was a featured soloist with the American Dance Ensemble of Pittsburgh, Pa., and danced with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater and the Pittsburgh Opera in a variety of roles dancing such roles as Maria in a dance suite of “West Side Story”, Romantic Girl in “Graduation Ball”, and Clara and a Cantiniere in “The Nutcracker”.
She also danced with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre in “The Nutcracker” and “Cinderella” and The Pittsburgh Opera in “Turandot”, “Die Fliedermaus”, and as a priestess in “Aida”. Maureen has taught and choreographed Ballet/Pointe and Belly Dance at Studio North in Sharon Springs (and various other locations) in our area since 1998. She was the director of Main Street Caravan – a Middle Eastern dance Troupe. Maureen is delighted to be involved in this production with her talented, dear friends Austin and Drew.