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Matthew Tiberi was born and raised in New Jersey. Hailing from
Vernon, he began his training in dance at ten-years-old eventually
studying all of ballet, lyrical, hip hop, jazz, tap, and acrobatics at Ziegler
Dance Centre under the direction of Renee, Peggy, and Dana Ziegler. He
also participated in community theater with Highland Stage which
brought him to work with Heather Hamilton-Burns and Faith Anderson,
while studying voice with Julie Gieger. Matthew continued performing
throughout high school having the opportunity to work with Barri
Weinstein, Rob McClure, and Michael Mooney. Matthew received his
B.A. in Dance from Hofstra University where he minored in Music and
Musical Theater. While at Hofstra, Matthew had the opportunity to work
and train with Lance Westergarde, Giada Ferrone, Robin Becker, Liza
Gennaro- Evans, Brett Smock, Jean Dobie Giebel, Jason Tucker, and
Tammy Hensrud. He began working professionally during his time at
Hofstra, performing in Christmas and Broadway review shows around

the country and in Canada, and joined the film actors union SAG-
AFTRA. After graduating in 2011, Matthew began performing in

musicals around the country soon joining Actors Equity Association. He
went on to play Issachar in the national tour of Andy Blankenbuehler’s
production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Soon
after Matthew made his Broadway debut in Finding Neverland
choreographed by Mia Michaels and directed by Diane Paulus. Matthew
still performs regionally and internationally while continuing to teach
workshops and master classes and is currently signed to McDonald/
Selznick Associates. Some favorite roles have been Don Lockwood in
Singing In The Rain (STONC), Adam/Felicia in Priscilla Queen of the
Desert (Fiddlehead), and Chuck Cranston in Footloose (Fireside Dinner
Theatre).

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