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Marisha Wallace Announces Select US Performances This Fall


The tour will hit cities such as LA, NYC, and Durham, North Carolina this fall.

Marisha Wallace Announces Select US Performances This Fall

Fresh off her appearance in the London Coliseum production of Hairspray - the first West End show to return after lockdown - the acclaimed singer and Broadway actress Marisha Wallace has announced five exclusive US concerts this fall, featuring selections from her three recent albums - 'Soul of the Stage', 'Alice' and 'Sunset.'

Beginning this week at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, the tour will include stops at LA's The Hotel Café and NYC's The Green Room 42, and culminate in a special hometown performance at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham, North Carolina.

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"I'm coming home! I can't wait to bring my COMING HOME tour to the states," Wallace said. "I will be singing songs from my album 'Tomorrow' and also the songs people know me for from Hairspray and Dreamgirls. It's been two years away and I am excited to spread the joy and message of tomorrow. That there is hope and that the sun will shine again!"

Wallace is a Broadway and West End veteran, best known for starring in Something Rotten, Dreamgirls, Waitress, and most recently Hairspray. But her powerful and soulful voice isn't limited to musical theatre. She's topped the music charts with her cover of Annie's "Tomorrow," released at the peak of the pandemic to raise funds for performers out of work, and been playlisted on BBC Radio 2 with her singles and subsequent album 'Tomorrow.'

Marisha's upcoming performances cap a whirlwind year, which saw her star in the London Coliseum production of Hairspray, release three EPs, appear on Netflix's "Feel Good" alongside Mae Martin and Lisa Kudrow, and perform for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show. Most recently Wallace made waves with an unforgettable performance at the UK's first NFL game post-Covid, which saw her towering over the stadium on a harness that had to be specially designed. The performance has gone viral and been covered everywhere from CNN to FOX.

Tour Dates

October 22nd - Phoenix, AZ - Musical Instrument Museum
October 27th - Los Angeles, CA - The Hotel Café
November 3rd - Los Angeles, CA - The Hotel Café
November 7th - New York, NY - The Green Room 42
November 21st - Durham, NC - Motorco Music Hall

Listen to Wallace's recent EP, "Soul of the Stage":

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