|Born||(1982-09-08) September 8, 1982 
Sacramento, California, U.S.
Teal Wicks (born September 8, 1982 in Sacramento, California) is an American singer and stage actress, best known for her performance as Elphaba in the Broadway, San Francisco, and Los Angeles productions of the musical Wicked. Teal Wicks joins the cast of the new Broadway musical Finding Neverland, portraying Mary Barrie opposite Matthew Morrison as J.M. Barrie. Performances began on March 15, 2015 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
- 1 Education
- 2 Wicked
- 3 Broadway credits
- 4 Off-Broadway credits
- 5 Regional credits
- 6 Additional theatre
- 7 Theatre credits
- 8 Charity appearances & performances
- 9 Television
- 10 Discography
- 11 Commercial
- 12 References
- 13 External links
Wicks attended Natomas High School in Sacramento. She graduated UC Irvine in 2005 with a degree in Drama and Honors in Musical Theatre. She was active in the UCI Theatre program, and had lead roles in productions including Chicago, Hair, and Cabaret. She is also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta at UCI.
On May 12, 2011, Wicks was feted by the UCI Alumni Association along with other distinguished individuals during the 41st annual Lauds & Laurels ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Irvine. She was conferred the honor of Distinguished Alumna of the Claire Trevor School of the Arts
Wicked in Los Angeles
Wicks was cast as the standby for Elphaba in the Los Angeles production of the musical Wicked during the fall of 2007, after six auditions for multiple roles with several Wicked productions. She officially took over the standby role on January 1, 2008, with her first performance taking place on January 9. On May 13, 2008, she was offered to take over the lead role of Elphaba from Caissie Levy in the Los Angeles production.
During her five months as Elphaba, she performed alongside Megan Hilty, Erin Mackey, Laura Woyasz and Emily Rozek in the role of Glinda. Her final performance was on October 28, 2008. Original Los Angeles cast member Eden Espinosa replaced Wicks in the role three days later. Wicked Los Angeles closed on January 11, 2009, and was one of the most financially successful musicals in Los Angeles theatre history.
Wicked in San Francisco
Wicked co-creator Stephen Schwartz said in a 2009 interview that his team had assembled an “all-star line-up, in terms of people who have really done a good job and scored very well in their roles in these other cities.” for the newly planned San Francisco production of Wicked. Wicks was chosen to originate the role of Elphaba, and co-lead Kendra Kassebaum was chosen to originate the role of Glinda. The San Francisco production opened on February 6, 2009.
Both Wicks and the San Francisco production received critical acclaim, including:
The SF Chronicle:
“This Sacramento native (Wicks) is dynamite in the talent department, with a soaring singing voice and a way of balancing her character’s vulnerability and wickedness. It’s the performance that really defines this particular production.”
The Contra Costa Times:
“The cast, particularly Wicks and Kassebaum, is outstanding. The two leads are flat-out incredible, with voices that must be heard to be believed and acting chops that squeeze every bit of nuance out of the material created”
The SF Examiner:
“Teal Wicks plays the role with incredible heart, showing with both subtlety and all-out emotion how the slighted girl born with green skin is simply misunderstood.”
Wicks performed during the production with both Academy Award winner Patty Duke and Emmy Award winner Carol Kane, both as Madame Morrible. Wicks also performed alongside Natalie Daradich and Libby Servais (standbys) and Alexa Green (understudy) as Glinda. Wicks was on leave from the production from the end of March until early May 2009, during which the role was covered by Vicki Noon.
The Wicked San Francisco production was seen by nearly one million people during its first year, according to The Best of Broadway, and averaged over $1.0 million in weekly grosses at the box office, according to Variety Magazine. Wicked was named “Musical of the Decade” during 2009 by Entertainment Weekly.
Wicks played her final performance as Elphaba on February 28, 2010, after performing the role over 500 times during a two-year period between the Los Angeles and San Francisco productions. Eden Espinosa once again replaced her, the first being in L.A.
Wicks’ performance in San Francisco won her many fans and inspired the San Francisco-based Wicked fan group known as “the TWickies” (the name coming from “T.Wicks”). The TWickies were die-hard fans of Wicked in San Francisco even after Wicks’ departure and remain loyal followers of her career today.
Wicks was chosen as the “Favorite Elphaba”, among all the actresses who have played the role, in an online February 2010 poll with over 65,000 voters.
An online poll was conducted in December 2010 to vote for Who is the “Wicked” Personality of the Year. Wicks has been awarded after winning the poll with over 20,000 votes (42%) leading by almost 8,000 votes.
Wicked on Broadway
On February 2, 2011, Wicks made her Broadway debut replacing Mandy Gonzalez as once again Elphaba in Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre. She starred alongside Katie Rose Clarke as Glinda for her 7-month run, which came to an end on September 25. She and Clarke were replaced by Jackie Burns and Chandra Lee Schwartz.
Wicks appeared in the Broadway production of Wicked in the lead role of Elphaba. She made her Broadway debut on February 1, 2011 replacing Mandy Gonzalez in the role. Wicks departed the role on September 25, 2011, along with co-star Katie Rose Clarke. They were succeeded by Jackie Burns and Chandra Lee Schwartz. Wicks performed the role on Broadway for nearly 8 months, whereas Clarke will have appeared as Glinda for nearly two years.
Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical
Teal Wicks starred as Emma Carew, Dr. Jekyll’s fiancee, in the Broadway revival of Jekyll & Hyde alongside Tony-nominee (for Rock of Ages) and former American Idol contestant Constantine Maroulis in the title role, and R&B superstar Deborah Cox as Lucy Harris. The new production began previews on Broadway at the Marquis Theatre on April 5, 2013 and officially opened on April 18, 2013. It closed on May 12, 2013 ahead of its scheduled 13-week run. Prior to the Broadway opening, the show went on a 25-week national tour that began previews in La Mirada, CA on September 7, 2012.
“Playing Emma Carew, Teal Wicks brings her fantastically trained and elegant Broadway presence to the show and uses her technique to both characterize and differentiate her performance from the other two leads. Her delicate and poised singing voice is the perfect counter to Constantine Maroulis’ raw edge. Teal Wicks is delightful and is supremely memorable in her expert renditions of “Take Me As I Am” and “In His Eyes.””
“Teal Wicks is so enchanting and exuberant as Emma Carew, Jekyll’s fiancée, that I found myself looking forward to her next appearance as soon as she left the stage. Her duet with Deborah Cox, “In His Eyes,” one of the best songs in the show, is masterfully and gorgeously realized by both ladies.”
“The dark horse of this trio is the seemingly unassuming Wicks, who ends up blowing away the audience with her finely honed and quite impressive voice. She sings just as well in her upper register as in her chest voice, and, in the classiest way possibly, steals the show.”
“Teal Wicks dominated the stage as Dr. Jekyll’s fiancee, Emma Crew and totally stole the show and my heart. She was in a league of her own with her outstanding and captivating performance that had everyones attention. She showed so much depth in Once Upon a Dream and the Take Me as I Am duet was a crowd favorite.”
“Teal Wicks, last seen on Broadway as the green-hued witch Elphaba in Wicked, sings beautifully and brings some generally poignant moments to her performance as Jekyll’s devoted fiancée Emma.”
“Wicks is luminous in the underwritten part of Jekyll’s fiancee but still manages to lend some glamor and skill to the part. Both women deliver a knockout duet “In His Eyes.””
New York Times:
“The actors portraying the sniveling or snobbish enemies of Dr. Jekyll all perform their chores with flavorsome relish, and Teal Wicks, as his ladylike love interest Emma Carew, suffers with noble fortitude as her hopes for happy matrimony begin to grow dim indeed.”
“I have to admire the restrained performance of Teal Wicks who plays Emma, Dr. Jekyll’s loving and loyal fiancèe. I also commend her for not having to prove that her prettily sung aria was better than anyone else’s.”
The Write Teacher(s):
“What blew me away about this production was Teal Wicks. Her presence, her vocals, her acting chops – from soup to nuts she was a pleasure to watch, and she absolutely drew me into the story, as well as those who were watching the show with me. The duet between her at Deborah Cox,”In His Eyes”, was my favorite number of the show.”
New York Theater:
“Teal Wick’s performance as Emma Carew, Jekyll’s fiancée, also stands out.”
Finding Neverland A New Broadway Musical
Teal Wicks joins the cast of the new Broadway musical Finding Neverland, playing Mary Barrie opposite Matthew Morrison as J.M. Barrie. Other leads include Emmy Award winner Kelsey Grammer as Charles Frohman, Olivier Award winner Laura Michelle Kelly as Sylvia Llewlyn Davies, and Tony Award nominee Carolee Carmello as Madame Du Maurier. Performances began on March 15, 2015 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Based on the Miramax motion picture by David Magee and the play The Man Who Was Peter Pan by Allan Knee, Finding Neverland follows the relationship between playwright J. M. Barrie and the family that inspired Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up – one of the most beloved stories of all time. Directed by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus with book by Olivier Award nominee James Graham, music and lyrics by U.K. pop sensation Gary Barlow and Grammy Award-winner Eliot Kennedy, choreography by Emmy Award winner Mia Michaels, this new musical explores the power of imagination to open up new worlds, and the pressures put upon those worlds by the inevitability of growing up.
The Blue Flower Second Stage Theatre Production
Wicks reprises her role as Maria in an Off-Broadway production of The Blue Flower at Second Stage Theatre fall of 2011. Previews began on October 14, 2011 and opened on November 9, 2011. Her co-stars are Meghan McGeary who also reprised her role, Marc Kudisch, Sebastian Arcelus, Joseph Medeiros, Julia Osborne, Graham Rowat and Aaron Serotsky. The show runs till November 27, 2011.
“Wicks soars on the moving Act 1 closer, “Eiffel Tower,” in which Maria deals with Franz’s death” “I particularly loved an icy, regimented Charleston danced by a grieving black-clad Maria”
“Teal Wicks, a replacement Elphaba in “Wicked,” is a wonderful find as Maria; she closes the first act with an exquisite solo, “Eiffel Tower,” and combines well with Arcelus for “Love.””
The Official Blog of the Arts Initiative at Columbia University:
“I have to say, though, as far as singing goes, Teal Wicks absolutely stole the show with this virtuosic performance. Overall, head voice, chest voice & mix are each beautifully developed in Ms. Wicks, but the truly impressive part is how effortlessly she weaves back and forth between them. Sometimes I heard elements of all three registrations at different points within the same word. She has truly mastered the many facets of her voice, and it is that facility that allows her to be as expressive as she is. With an instrument as refined and capable as hers, she can fully embody musical phrases with all the subtext and emotion of the composer & lyricist’s intentions. She has a myriad of vocal tools at her disposal and is a true virtuoso with each one. It is not every day that I see singers with such versatility and mastery of the subtleties of the human voice. I’m certain we can expect many more great things from Ms. Wicks in the future.”
New York Times:
“Teal Wicks, as Maria, sings with an expressiveness and richness of tone that enchants”
Time Out New York:
“Wicks is poised to emerge as a major star”
History News Network:
“The strength of The Blue Flower is the talented ensemble cast of Sebastian Arcelus (Franz), Marc Kudisch (Max), Meghan McGeary (Hannah) and Teal Wicks (Maria). They are good actors and good singers (especially Wicks). Wicks sings a soulful ballad at the end of act one, from on top of the Eiffel Tower, that’s dazzling…. The songs have a familiar ring to each other, but Wicks’ act one sendoff is a gem, as are a few powerful ballads in act one.”
Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story
Teal Wicks was cast to play the young Ilene Berns, in the musical Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story, a new musical based on the life and songs of legendary songwriter Bert Berns that opened Off-Broadway July 21, 2014.
Piece of My Heart, according to press notes, “tells his remarkable story, once dubbed by Rolling Stone ‘one of the great untold stories of rock and roll,’ through his hit songs, which include ‘Twist and Shout,’ ‘Tell Him,’ ‘I Want Candy,’ ‘Hang On Sloopy,’ ‘Cry Baby‘ and many more.”
Featuring a book by Daniel Goldfarb and direction and choreography by Denis Jones, Piece of My Heart — one of Berns’ most well-known songs — began previews June 25, 2014 at The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center.
The Blue Flower A.R.T. – American Repertory Theater Production
From December 2010 through January 8, 2011, Wicks was playing the role of Maria in American Repertory Theater’s The Blue Flower. According to A.R.T. “The Blue Flower rides the twisted rails of history and the tangled love interests of three artists and a scientist, from Paris during the Belle Epoque, through the battlefields of the Great War and beyond.”
This is the first and so far only musical that Stephen Schwartz is producing. According to Schwartz “The Blue Flower is the most creative and original piece of musical theater that I have ever encountered in my life. The story is beautiful, relevant, and compelling for our times. The music is amazingly accessible.” And when asked about his producing venture he replied “Yes. It’s my first and probably my only one. In other words, I am doing this not because I want to be a producer, but because this particular show is something that I believe in and want to bring to other people.”
Wicks has been receiving rave reviews, including
“Meanwhile, it’s Marie’s loss of Franz that occupies the emotional core of the story. Wicks, though herself young and fresh, manages to plumb several lifetimes’ worth of sorrow in her two laments: “Eiffel Tower” (about the Parisian idyll that Marie and Franz will never get to enjoy) and “(Let It) Slide through Your Hands” (a moving ballad that touches on the acceptance that death forces upon us). As she sings, you may have the sensation that, for one profound moment suspended in time, all around you are steeped in their own memories of loved ones now lost.”
The Patriot Ledger:
“And I’m recommending that they just round up this cast and take them into a studio to create a cast recording. The voices are beautiful, led by the remarkable gifts of Wicks, who produces a sweet and soulful sound. Her “(Let It) Slide Through Your Hands” is a tender and touching highlight of the show.”
“Lucas Kavner and Teal Wicks as the war-torn lovers Franz and Maria make the tragic story palpable and supremely moving.”
“The songs that work best are the ones that speak most directly. Wicks and Kavner team up for “Love,’’ a touching duet, and Wicks delivers a wrenchingly heartfelt version of “Eiffel Tower,’’ in which she mourns the dead Franz: “Each day is like no other/ No century like another/ In a river every moment passing new/ This day was like no other/ I climbed the Eiffel Tower/ And saw the rooftops from the angel’s view.’’”
Boston Herald:
“… we ache for her when Wicks lets loose on the gorgeous ballad “Eiffel Tower.””
Wicks was recognized for her work as Maria by the BroadwayWorld community. She was voted as 2011 BroadwayWorld Boston Award for Best Actress in a Musical. The Blue Flower won Best Musical, Will Pomerantz for Best Direction of a Musical and Daniel Jenkins for Best Actor in a Musical.
She was nominated for an IRNE Award for Best Actress by the 2011 Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) in February 2011. She was also nominated for Outstanding Musical Performance at the 2011 Elliot Norton Awards, which recognize excellence in Greater Boston Theater. Although she did not win the individual award, The Blue Flower took home the Best Musical award plus five others during IRNE award ceremonies held on April 25, 2011 at the Boston for the Arts Cyclorama. The show also took home Outstanding Local Musical Production and Outstanding Design (Large Theater) at the Elliot Norton Awards held last May 23, 2011.
Teal Wicks starred as Julie Jordan in Goodspeed Musicals production of Rodgers and Hammerstein Carousel. Carousel began its previews on July 13, 2012 at the Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut; it opened on August 1, 2012. The show was well received by critics and Broadway.com gave it a big thumbs up. Wicks left the show on August 5th to start rehearsal for the Broadway-bound national tour revival of Jekyll & Hyde as Emma Carew. She was replaced by Erin Davie.
Wicks won Best Actress in a Musical at the 2012 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards for her portrayal as Julie Jordan.
“As Julie, Teal Wicks conveys so much character succinctly and clearly, but does so with a wonderfully real sense of no-nonsense, New England restraint. As the plot unfolds, and Julie’s relationship with Billy undergoes an increasingly dire set of challenges, Wicks allows the emotion of her character to radiate from within. “
Connecticut Critics Circle:
“As Julie, Teal Wicks is a stunner. Her performance is heartbreaking in all of the right ways… terrifically balanced sense of fragility and steel.”
“Snyder is a standout in a cast filled with top-notch players, including wonderful Wicked girl Teal Wicks as Julie Jordan”
The Wall Street Journal:
“..Julie Jordan initially played by the excellent Teal Wicks”
In the Spotlight:
“Teal Wicks brings a unique, straight forward, Yankee, sensibility to Julie but her lovely voice is underserved by the score.”
Examiner.com by Andrew Beck:
“Wicks, invests her Julie with just the right combination of innocence and strength, delineating her character’s tentative flirtation with the danger that Billy represents along with her growing determination to at last seek something that she deeply desires. She possesses a lovely, sound singing voice that can fill with passion for “If I Loved You” or assert itself ironically in “What’s the Use of Wondrin’.” She’s also able to subsequently depict Julie’s world-weariness as the musical jumps ahead 15 years in its later scenes, as well as an enduring connection to her true love.”
“Wicks’ Julie is a fine match and creates a self-possessed, but also insecure, character who you believe can fall in love in an instant, stay with such a damaged husband, and persevere with an inner strength and peace.”
Times Square Chronicles:
“Julie, at the performance I saw, was sung and acted beautifully by Teal Wicks. Wicks and Snyder are tenderly believable in their “If I Loved You” duet.”
“Miss Wicks is especially good at making sure Julie never comes off as a victim in what is, essentially, domestic abuse from Billy. Wicks successfully demonstrates the steel spine beneath the warm humanity and delicacy of her character.”
In 2006, Wicks performed in the New York Premier of Fahrenheit 451 as Clarisse. In 2007, she appeared in the New York City Center Encores! production of Stairway to Paradise. Wicks originated the role of Turandot in the World Premier of Turandot: The Rumble for the Ring at the Bay Street Theatre. She also appeared in 1776 as Martha Jefferson at the Goodspeed Opera House. She was also involved in the reading of The $trip, a dance musical which features music and lyrics by Lance Horne.
In between her engagements with Wicked LA and SF, Wicks participated in a workshop for Prometheus Bound in New York, playing the role of “IO”. Prometheus Bound is a rock-infused musical from Spring Awakening’s Tony-winning lyricist and book writer Steven Sater.
Wicks starred in ;;Most Likely to Die: A Slasher Musical;;, a part of New York Musical Theatre Festival’s 2010 Developmental Series.
|Start Date||Production||Role||Notes and Awards|
|March 15, 2015 – Open-Ended||Finding Neverland A New Broadway Musical||Mary Barrie|
|January 16, 2015||Reading of JEKYLL AND HYDE in Prep for 25th Anniversary International Production||Emma Carew||
|August 11, 2014||Mata Hari||Mata Hari||
|June 25, 2014 – September 14, 2014||Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story||Young Ilene Berns|
|December 5, 2013||Brother Russia||Sofya/Anastasia||
|November 18, 2013||UnsungMusicalsCo.’s Caesar’s Wife||
|November 15, 2013||Tales From The Bad Years||Julie||
|October 28, 2013||Nicholas & Alexandra The New Musical||Olga Romanov||
|April 5, 2013 – May 12, 2013||Jekyll & Hyde the Musical||Emma Carew||
|September 7, 2012 – March 31, 2013||Jekyll & Hyde the Musical Pre-Broadway Tour||Emma Carew||
|July 13, 2012 – August 5, 2012||Carousel||Julie Jordan|
|June 30, 2012||Queen Mother||Hannah Chaplin||
|June 4–8, 2012||String||Goddess Atropos||
|December 15, 2011||The Unsinkable Molly Brown||Julia||
|October 14, 2011 – November 27, 2011||The Blue Flower||Maria||
|February 1, 2011 – September 25, 2011||Wicked||Elphaba||
|July 28, 2011||Wired||Evelyn/Princess||
|June 24, 2011||Home Front||
|December 1, 2010 – January 8, 2011||The Blue Flower||Maria||
|October 14, 2010||NYMF’s Most Likely to Die: A Slasher Musical||Jenny||
|January 2009 – February 2010||Wicked||Elphaba||
|December 2008||Prometheus Bound||IO||
|January 2008 – May 2008||Wicked||Standby for Elphaba||
|2007||Turandot: Rumble for the Ring||Turandot||
|2007||Stairway to Paradise||Ensemble|
|March 15 – 18, 2007||Nerve Ensemble’s The $trip||Bride||
|April 1–2, 2006||Waiting on the Z Train||Madison||
|March 16 – April 23, 2006||Fahrenheit 451 (NY Premiere)||Clarisse||
|School of Jesus Fish||Franny||
|The House of Bernarda Alba||Adela||
|Romeo and Juliet||Soloist/Rosaline|
|Little Shop of Horrors||Crystal||
Charity appearances & performances
|April 12, 2015||Teal Wicks & Friends Sing Harold Arlen||54 Below, NY|
|March 30, 2015||Broadway’s Future Songbook concert||Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium, NY|
|February 21, 2015||54 Sings Heart||54 Below, NY|
|June 30, 2014||Frank & Friends: Girls Night Out! To benefit The Actors Fund||Birdland NYC|
|June 6, 2014||Todd Ellison & Friends : The Romance of Broadway||Harris Center, CA|
|May 8, 2014||Teal Wicks’ Solo Show at 54 Below||54 Below, NY|
|April 28, 2014||The Cutting Room Presents: Michael Heiztman and Ilene Reid||The Cutting Room, NY|
|April 24, 2014||Putting the Pieces Together: Volume 2. To benefit M.O.V.E for Autism||54 Below|
|April 21, 2014||The Lightning Thief Benefit Concert. To benefit Theatreworks USA’s Free Summer Theatre Program||Lucille Lortel Theatre|
|April 5, 2014||Unsung Carolyn Leigh||Lincoln Center’s Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, NY|
|March 24, 2014||Past is Present: The Lyrics of Sarah Rebell||Metropolitan Room, NY|
|January 27, 2014||Contemporary Musical Theatre Songwriters You Should Know LIVE! To benefit The Jonathan Larson Grants Fund at the American Theatre Wing||54 Below, NY|
|December 15, 2013||2nd Annual FRANK & FRIENDS Holiday Concert to benefit The Actors Fund||Birdland NYC|
|December 9, 2013||“Broadway Loves Shriners” to benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children||Grand Lodge Masonic Hall, NY|
|December 3, 2013||B-Side Production’s “Elegies For Angels, Punks & Raging Queens” Winter Gala to benefit Ali Forney Center||The Studio At Theatre 511, NY|
|November 4, 2013||“FRANK & FRIENDS” at Birdland NYC to benefit The Actors Fund||Birdland NYC|
|October 26, 2013||Dream Foundation’s “12th Annual Celebration of Dreams”||Bacara Resort, CA|
|October 18, 2013||25th Annual Festival of New Musicals ‘Songwriters Showcase’||New World Stages, NY|
|September 14 & 15, 2013||Sacramento’s Best Of Broadway 40th Anniversary Celebration||Veteran’s Memorial Amphitheatre, CA|
|August 22, 2013||Rosie’s Theater Kids Junior Gala Kickoff||New York, NY|
|June 17, 2013||“FRANK & FRIENDS” at Birdland NYC to benefit The Actors Fund||Birdland NYC|
|June 10, 2013||Irish Repertory Theatre‘s 25th Anniversary Gala “Something Wonderful! The Songs of Rodgers & Hammerstein“||Broadhurst Theatre, NY|
|June 3, 2013||American Cancer Society‘s One Centennial Sensation — A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch||Hudson Theatre, NY|
|February 18, 2013||“FRANK WILDHORN & FRIENDS” at Pantages Theater to benefit The Actors Fund||Pantages Theatre, CA|
|June 16, 2012||Drew Gasparini at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage||The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage|
|May 29, 2012||The World Science Festival‘s Fifth Anniversary Gala Celebration “Performing Arts Salute to Science”||Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts‘ Allen Room and Atrium Frederick P. Rose Hall|
|May 19, 2012||California Musical Theatre‘s Wicked Gala: Benefit show supporting the Music Circus Foundation||Sacramento Convention Center Ballroom|
|February 25 & 27, 2012||I CAN’T WAIT: THE SONGS OF Patrick Dwyer||The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, NY|
|January 22, 2012||Drew Gasparini at Joe’s Pub||Joe’s Pub|
|October 3, 2011||Fall Into The Nova – Ars Nova’s Benefit To Support Emerging Artists||Ars Nova Theater|
|August 4, 2011||106.7 Lite fm Presents Broadway in Bryant Park 2011||Bryant Park, NY|
|June 27, 2011||Prospect Theater Company’s benefit “Make Our Garden Grow”||Battery Gardens, Harbor View Room|
|May 16, 2011||“NEO7” A Concert Celebration Of Emerging Musical Theatre Writers Benefiting The York Theatre Company||York Theatre, NY|
|March 28, 2011||Drew Gasparini at Joe’s Pub||Joe’s Pub|
|February 28, 2011||NewMusicalTheatre.com LIVE||Canal Room|
|October 2, 2010||UCI “A Celebration of Stars – The 2010 Medal Awards”||Bren Events Center, UC Irvine|
|February 8, 2010||REAF “All You Need Is Love 2”||Marines Memorial Theatre, San Francisco|
|January 25, 2010||The Women of Wicked: In Conversation and Song||Museum of Performance & Design (MPD)|
|January 8, 2010||Family Violence Prevention Fund||Presidio, San Francisco|
|December 7, 2009||REAF “One Night Only” Holiday Cabaret||J’LaChic Theatre San Francisco|
|October 26, 2009||Defying Inequality: The San Francisco Concert||Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco|
|February 22, 2009||29th Annual Academy of Friends Gala A Night of Superheroes, Villains, & Divas||Fort Mason Center, San Francisco|
|May 19, 2008||Art4Life 2||Avalon Hollywood|
|September 25, 2008||The House of Blues Sunset Strip presents LANCE HORNE & THE ONE NIGHT STANDS||Foundation Room at the House of Blues|
|October 15, 2007||“Performers For Peace” a benefit concert in support of: Physicians for Peace and Collaborative Play Productions||Triad in NY|
|May 30, 2007||Justin Bond (They Long to be) Close To You||The Zipper Factory|
|April 24, 2014||Elementary||Tess Dahl||Season 2, Episode 21 “The Man With the Twisted Lip” (CBS)|
|February 19, 2012||The Good Wife||Sara Fellner||Season 3, Episode 15 “Live From Damascus” (CBS)|
|March 18, 2011||NBC’s In The Wings||Herself||Premiere Episode|
|March 7, 2011||MTV’s The Seven||Herself||A Wicked backstage tour with Jay Manuel of America’s Next Top Model|
|June 23, 2015||Finding Neverland – A New Musical Original Broadway Cast Album||Finding Neverland – A New Musical Original Broadway Cast Album|
|September 25, 2012||Jekyll & Hyde – 2012 Concept Recording||Jekyll & Hyde – 2012 Concept Recording|
|January 2011||You Never Heard My Song||You Never Heard My Song – EP||iTunes|
|January 2011||Comes And Goes||You Never Heard My Song – EP||iTunes|
|January 2011||Deeply Blue||You Never Heard My Song – EP||iTunes|
|January 2011||I Know He’s Out There||You Never Heard My Song – EP||iTunes|
|2014||Cetaphil TV Commercial ‘Gentle Power’|
|2015||The Jim Gaffigan Show|