Jeannie Piazza-Zuniga is an author who has written articles for Preservation Magazine, Theatre Historical Society of America and the Miami Herald. She has a BFA in Theater from Florida International University and often attends Miami Writers Institute for creative writing. She’s a member of South Florida Writers Association, The South Florida Organ Society and The Theatre Historical Society of America. She became the Director of Theater Operations at the Olympia Theater after beginning as a student-intern at the Colony Theater and then at Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. She studied music at the New England Conservatory, and has sung with the NE Conservatory Chorus. She continues to sing as a member of the Civic Choral of Greater Miami. She has even sang as member of a classic rock band, The Dreamcatchers, a Miami band. Her acting has been in No Exit, Sweet Charity, West Side Story, and Jesus Christ Super Star. She has played Mother Goose to hundreds of children in Miami through Alphabet Theatre Productions and continues to substitute teach in elementary schools for Dade County Public Schools.