When Brandon Bieber was a toddler, his parents took him to his older sisters’ dance recitals.
Soon, he was riveted to the sight of their sequins and sashays. When a call went out for children to be part of a Westport Playhouse production of “The Phantom of the Opera,” his sister tried out.
“They said, ‘We like her — and we’ll take the boy, too,’” Bieber said.
For more than a decade, Bieber has worked as a Broadway and touring dancer and actor. He’s back in St. Louis to direct a St. Lou Fringe Festival play about a stock-car racer challenging traditional female stereotypes, called “Race Cars and Romance.”