Mamie Parris

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Mamie Parris


Broadway’s Mamie Parris has developed a diverse and unique body of work throughout her extensive career. Best known for her one-of-a-kind rendition of the iconic “Memory,” she is no stranger to the work of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber—having starred as Grizabella in the Broadway revival of Cats; as Rosalie (closing cast) and Patty (opening cast) in Broadway’s School of Rock; and most recently, in the US Premier of the Lloyd Webber retrospective Unmasked. Other Broadway appearances include the Tony-nominated revivals of Ragtime, 110 In The ShadeOn The 20th Century, and the Tony-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone. Across the country, she appeared as Elphaba in the First National Tour of fan-favorite Wicked, as well as performing with the touring companies of Legally Blonde and Dolly Parton’s 9 To 5.

Originally trained as a coloratura soprano, today Mamie is considered one of Broadway’s preeminent “belters,” employing her versatile technique to create nuanced performances of even the best-known scores and songs. Her credits include roles at The Goodspeed Opera House, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, the St. Louis Muny, The Macau International Music Festival, and more.

A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Mamie attended the Paseo Academy of the Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, before graduating from the American Musical and Dramatic academy in New York City. She resides in the Pocono Mountains with her husband, Johnathan, and shih tsu mix, Cookie.