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Jordan Kliphon, from the small apple (grape even) of Prescott, AZ, lives in the Big Apple. Before the pandemic struck, she was having a blast in the ensemble of The Mystery of Edwin Drood (directed by Evan Pappas, music directed by David Loud, and choreographed by Liza Gennaro) at Manhattan School of Music (MSM), where she is a senior. Drood will premiere online this year December 3rd through December 10th. She will also be playing the role of Kitty in The Drowsy Chaperone (directed and Choreographed by Kenneth Roberson and music directed by David Loud), which will premiere in the Spring. Jordan is super excited to embark on a new technological adventure with both Drood and Drowsy Chaperone!

At MSM, she was most recently in Morningside (a student-written and produced musical), The World Goes ‘Round

(directed/choreographed by Alex Sanchez and music directed by Steve Marzullo), and Gershwin in New York (directed/choreographed by Lorna Ventura and music directed by Andrew Gerle). She was star-struck and still can’t believe she performed for Sutton Foster inThe Drama League Gala Honoring Sutton Foster, for Nathan Lane in The Drama League Gala Honoring Nathan Lane, and as part of Judith Clurman’s Essential Voices USA for Stephen

Schwartz’s 70th Birthday Concert (music directed by Andrew Lippa). When Jordan is not doing anything theatre-related, she’s probably at the gym or spending way too much time spoiling and playing with her dog.

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