Melissa Errico

Melissa Errico

Performer
  • Born: Mar 23, 1970 in New York City
Playbill Universe

Next Upcoming Appearance

Melissa Errico CD Signing
Sardi's

New York, NY

Next Performance: Dec 6, 2018

Roles (12)

Production Placeholder Oliver! (2012)
Opened Jun 11, 2012
  • as Nancy (Original)
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Production Placeholder Camelot (2011)
Opened Jun 6, 2011
  • as Guenevere (Original)
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Production Placeholder Brigadoon (2010)
Opened Jun 14, 2010
  • as Fiona MacLaren (Original)
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White Christmas Playbill - Opening Night Irving Berlin's White Christmas (2009)
Opened Nov 22, 2009
  • as Betty Haynes (Original)
White Christmas - Opening Night
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Production Placeholder Children and Art (2005)
Opened Mar 21, 2005
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Dracula the Musical Playbill - Opening Night Dracula, the Musical (2004)
Opened Aug 19, 2004
  • as Mina Murray (Original)
Dracula the Musical
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Production Placeholder Short Talks on the Universe (2002)
Opened Nov 17, 2002
  • as Musical Interludes Performer ("A Gift from Stephen Sondheim") (Original)
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Amour Playbill - Opening Night Amour (2002)
Opened Oct 20, 2002
  • as Isabelle (Original)
Amour - Opening Night
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High Society Playbill - Opening Night High Society (1998)
Opened Apr 27, 1998
  • as Tracy Samantha Lord (Original)
High Society - Opening Night
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My Fair Lady Playbill - Opening Night, Dec 1993 My Fair Lady (1993)
Opened Dec 9, 1993
  • as Eliza Doolittle (Original)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2013 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Passion Nominee
2010 Outstanding Actress in a Play Candida Nominee
1998 Outstanding Actress in a Musical High Society Nominee
1997 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play The Importance of Being Earnest Nominee
1994 Outstanding Actress in a Musical My Fair Lady Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
2003 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Amour Nominee
1998 Outstanding Actress in a Musical High Society Nominee
Tony Award
2003 Best Actress in a Musical Amour Nominee

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