Erin Davie

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Erin Davie

Erin Davie is an American actress and singer, best known for her performance as the young Edith Bouvier Beale in the Broadway production of the musical Grey Gardens, taking the part on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre, after its initial run at Playwrights Horizons.

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Early life[edit]

Davie was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and attended the Boston Conservatory,[1] where she received her BFA in musical theater.

Stage[edit]

Davie appeared on the national tours for Swing! and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, as well as the Off-Broadway production, Infertility.[2].

Davie made her Broadway debut in the musical Grey Gardens, which opened at the Walter Kerr Theatre in November 2006. She played the character of the young Edie Beale.[3] In 2007, she won a Theater World Award for her performance in Grey Gardens.

In 2007 she played the character Isabella Andreini in the Lincoln Center Theater's production of The Glorious Ones.[4] On February 7–10, 2007 she appeared in the role of Eve Harrington in the New York City Center Encores! staged concert production of Applause,[5] and on February 15, 2008 took over the role of Niki Harris in the Broadway production of Curtains.[6]

In 2009 she played Countess Charlotte Malcolm in the Broadway revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical A Little Night Music, at the Walter Kerr Theatre.[7]

In regional theatre, Davie performed in the World premiere of A Time to Kill at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. in May–June 2011.[8]

She played the role of Violet in the revised version of the musical Side Show, which ran at the La Jolla Playhouse in November and December 2013 and played at the Kennedy Center in June through July 2014.[9] In November 2014, the production transferred to Broadway, with Davie reprising her role. It closed on January 4, 2015. Davie has since appeared with some of the cast in several reunion concerts at 54 Below in New York City.

She appears in the Broadway revival of Sunday in the Park With George as Yvonne/Naomi. The musical opened at the Hudson Theatre on February 11, 2017 in previews, officially on February 23 and will close on April 23, directed by Sarna Lapine.[10]

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