Erin Mackey

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Erin Mackey
Erin Mackey 08242008.jpg
In Los Angeles during August 2008
Born Erin Ashley Mackey
(1986-06-19) June 19, 1986 (age 28)
Fullerton, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 2010-present
Spouse(s) Stanton Nash (2009-present)

Erin Mackey (born Erin Ashley Mackey, June 19, 1986, in Fullerton, California) is a stage actress and singer, best known for playing the role of Glinda in the Chicago, Los Angeles, and Broadway productions of Wicked.

Career[edit]

The winner of the 2003 L.A. Music Center's Spotlight Award for Non-Classical Voice, she was spotted by a manager at Fullerton Children's Repertory Theater, and offered the opportunity to audition professionally for film and TV. Her first was for Disney's The Parent Trap.[1]

In 2004, after graduating from Fullerton Union High School, she decided to continue to pursue her passion for theater, attending Carnegie Mellon University.[1] From 2006 until 2010, she played the role of Glinda in various productions of the musical Wicked.

After Wicked, she starred in the new Broadway musical Sondheim on Sondheim, which began previews at Studio 54 on March 19, 2010 and officially opened on April 22. The show ended its limited engagement on June 27, 2010.[2] She was also seen in the York Theatre production of I Remember Mama, which ran October 8–10, 2010.[3]

In June 2011, Mackey played the role of Lucy Steele in the reading of a new musical based on Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility.[4] Mackey succeeded Laura Osnes as Hope Harcourt in the Broadway revival of Anything Goes on September 13, 2011.[5]

Mackey originated the role of Oona O'Neill in the 2012 Broadway production of Chaplin.[6] She played the role of Christine in the 2013 Pittsburgh CLO production of Phantom.[7] Mackey's other theater include Clara Johnson in the 2014 South Coast Repertory Theatre production of The Light in Piazza,[8] Johanna in the New York Philharmonic's March 2014 concert of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,[9] and Esign Nellie Forbush in the 2014 Paper Mill Playhouse production of South Pacific.[10]

Wicked[edit]

After her freshman year of college, Mackey auditioned for the musical Wicked[1] and was offered a role as a swing on the national touring production. After appearing on tour for several months, she was offered a role in the Chicago company as an ensemble member and understudy for Glinda.[11] After six months, she succeeded Stacie Morgain Lewis in the lead role of Glinda on October 24, 2006.[12] She starred opposite Kristy Cates and later, Dee Roscioli in the co-lead role of Elphaba. She left the Chicago production on April 13, 2008 at the end of her contract, and was replaced by Kate Fahrner.

She then transferred to the Los Angeles production, replacing Megan Hilty as Glinda from May 20, 2008, and starred opposite Teal Wicks (as Elphaba) in that role, through September 28, 2008. In 2009, she married former co-star Stanton Nash, who starred alongside her as Boq in Chicago.

Then, making her Broadway debut, she reprised the role of Glinda in New York, beginning August 11, 2009, replacing Alli Mauzey. She starred alongside former co-star Dee Roscioli as Elphaba.[13] She played her final performance as Glinda, to date, on January 10, 2010. She was succeeded by Katie Rose Clarke.[14]

Credits[edit]

Filmography
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Parent Trap, TheThe Parent Trap Hallie/Annie Double
1999 You're Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley's Fashion Party Jenna Video
2000 Mad Song
2002 Family Affair Patricia Episode: "No Small Parts"
2002 Do Over Bonnie Episode: "Halloween Kiss"
2003 Greetings from Tucson Erica Episode: "Ball and Chain"
2010 Blue Bloods Rachel Episode: "Re-Do"
2012 Gossip Girl Casting Assistant Episode: "Salon of the Dead"

2014 The Intern Mom

Theatre
Year Title Role
2006-2010 Wicked Swing, Ensemble, u/s Glinda, Glinda (v. productions)
2010 Sondheim on Sondheim Performer
2011 Anything Goes Hope Harcourt
2012 Chaplin Oona O'Neill

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Hodgins, Paul."Erin Mackey of O.C. having a 'Wicked' good time," ocregister.com, June 13, 2008
  2. ^ Sondheim on Sondheim Extends Broadway Run playbill.com
  3. ^ Howard McGillin, George S. Irving, Erin Mackey and More Cast in Mufti I Remember Mama
  4. ^ Reading of Sense & Sensibility Musical Featured Christiane Noll, Sebastian Arcelus, Brandi Burkhardt
  5. ^ Hope Springs Eternal: Erin Mackey Will Be New Ingenue of Anything Goes
  6. ^ Jenn Colella, Michael McCormick, Christiane Noll Join Broadway's CHAPLIN- Full Cast Announced! Retrieved May 6, 2013
  7. ^ Pittsburgh CLO Summer Season Features 42nd Street, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Phantom and The Little Mermaid Retrieved May 6, 2013
  8. ^ South Coast Rep's Light in the Piazza Will Star Patti Cohenour, David Burnham and Erin Mackey Retrieved January 10, 2014
  9. ^ Christian Borle, Philip Quast, Erin Mackey and More Join NY Philharmonic's Sweeney Todd with Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel playbill, Retrieved March 11, 2014
  10. ^ Erin Mackey, Jason Howard, Loretta Ables Sayre & More to Star in Paper Mill Playhouse's SOUTH PACIFIC; Full Cast Announced broadwayworld.com, Retrieved March 11, 2014
  11. ^ BWW News Desk."Erin Mackey is Chicago's New Glinda, October 24," broadwayworld.com, October 24, 2006
  12. ^ Gans, Andrew.Chicago Wicked Welcomes a New Glinda Oct. 24," playbill.com, October 24, 2006
  13. ^ Gans, Andrew."Federer to Return to Broadway's Wicked; Mackey to Join Cast", playbill.com, August 5, 2009
  14. ^ Katie Rose Clarke Begins Performances as Glinda in WICKED 1/12/2010

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