Photo Flash: Megan Mullallay and Supreme Music Program Debut at the RRazz Room
Emmy® Award-winning actress, comedienne and singer Megan Mullally made her Rrrazz Room debut with her band Supreme Music Program through today. Best known for her Emmy-winning performances as Karen Walker on NBC's hit show Will and Grace, Rrazz Room audiences will discove that this multi-talented star is also an incredibly gifted singer who can perform everything from country to rock to Broadway showstoppers.
Recently, Mullally and Supreme Music Program made their international debut on the West End, performing at the Vaudeville Theater in London. Mullally's concert appearances with Supreme Music Program include The Allen Room at The Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The Seattle Symphony, Chicago's Goodman Theatre and SUNY Buffalo Performing Arts. She also has appeared as a soloist at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. She has made three CDs with Supreme Music Program titled The Sweetheart Break-In, Big As A Berry and Free Again. She can also be heard singing the solo barn burner song "You Took Advantage of Me" on the FAME soundtrack.
One of Hollywood's most versatile talents, Mullally has appeared on Broadway, in concert halls, in films and on television. She can be seen now in the Starz hit cable series Party Down and as Chief on the new Adult Swim comedy Childrens Hospital. Mullally appeared in the 2009 remake of Fame, will recur in the fall as Tammy on NBC's Parks and Recreation, and played the role of Beverly Wilkins in the critically acclaimed West Coast debut of The Receptionist at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles, for which she recently won her second BackStage West Garland Award for Best Performance in a Play. See photos of the October 28 opening below!
Photo Credit: Steven Underhill