Sister Act at the Muny
Mamie returns to the MUNY this August in Sister Act.
Based on the smash hit film, Sister Act is a heavenly musical comedy that proves nothing can stand in the way of sisterhood! Disco diva Deloris dreams of fame and fortune, but is she prepared for the way she receives it? Songs inspired by Motown, soul and disco, including “Take Me to Heaven,” “Fabulous, Baby!,” and “Raise Your Voice,” this score is sure to raise your spirits. The grand finale to the Muny season promises to be divine!
PBS Great Performances celebrates
50 Years of Broadway's Best
Mamie performs Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic "Memory" live at Lincoln Center
Enjoy a revue of milestone Broadway shows and songs from 1973 to 2023 hosted by two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster. Featuring performances by André De Shields, Chita Rivera, Vanessa Williams and more from Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater.
May 12th on PBS
The Envelope Please
with The Rochester Philharmonic
An Evening of Grammy, Tony and Academy Award winning songs performed by three of Broadway’s best! Join the leading star of CATS, Wicked and School of Rock, vocal sensation Mamie Parris, and Phantom of The Opera stars Doug LaBrecque and Lisa Vroman for an evening of award winning songs from theworld of Broadway, Pop, and American Film.
The New Musical receives a public reading as part of the Pacific Playwrights Festival
created by Anika and Britta Johnson
music and lyrics by Anika and Britta Johnson
book by Nick Green
directed by Logan Vaughn
dramaturg: Otis Ramsey-Zöe
The day has come. It is time for Dr. Silver and his followers to drink the divine tonic and join the heavenly orchestra. But in order for his congregants to face the end, they must first think back to how it all began.
First presented as a Samples from The Lab excerpt in PPF 2022, Dr. Silver takes the next step in its development with a full concert reading.
Mamie joins the cast of Broadway-bound Fat Kid Rules the World
Industry readings of the new rock musical Fat Kid Rules The World, based on the novel by K. L. Going, will be presented October 27–28 at New 42nd Street Studios in Manhattan.
Directed by Marc Erdahi and choreographed by Ellenore Scott, and eaturing a book by Jay Falzone and Nick Naveda, music by Matt Gumley and Evan Jay Newman, and lyrics by Falzone, the new musical follows Troy Billings (Ragsdale), who is isolated at school, unsupported by his father and brother, mourning the loss of his mother, and ready to jump, but he steps back from the edge after a chance encounter with a local legend, Curt MacCrae (Brewer), the lead guitarist of Troy’s favorite band, who draws Troy into his circle and helps him find a new beat.
Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon, and Robert Ahrens produce.