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Mariah Parris

 

Stage Credits

  [Immersive]
The Drunk Shakespeare Society Production, 2014
Performer [Replacement]

Photos

Today's Co Hosts from Drunk Shakespear Tim Haber and Mariah Parris join with Helen Li Photo

Today's Co Hosts from Drunk Shakespear Tim Haber and Mariah Parris join with Helen Little

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Date:
08/01/2019
Gary Morris and Mariah Parris, who plays Fantine in the Hume-Fogg production of Les M Photo

Gary Morris and Mariah Parris, who plays Fantine in the Hume-Fogg production of Les Miserables

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Date:
10/14/2010
Mariah Parris and Frank Gaiters on the upper balcony of the Troutt Theatre Photo

Mariah Parris and Frank Gaiters on the upper balcony of the Troutt Theatre

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Date:
09/22/2010
Elizabeth Lanie, Shannon McMinn Hoppe, Mariah Parris and Nettie Kraft Photo

Elizabeth Lanie, Shannon McMinn Hoppe, Mariah Parris and Nettie Kraft

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Date:
08/22/2010

 

Stage

Performances
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The Drunk Shakespeare Society Production, 2014
Performer [Replacement]






Mariah Parris News

BWW Review: Studio Tenn's Emotional and Heartfelt IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE Brings Magic  Photo BWW Review: Studio Tenn's Emotional and Heartfelt IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE Brings Magic to the Holiday Season
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 22, 2021

Cassidy has very cleverly reconfigured the piece to be presented as a radio play, presented in 1947 on local Franklin radio station, WAKM, adding some dialogue that rings authentic of the era and certain to gain a reaction from the play’s audience. In less capable hands, this new conceit could be considered too cute by half, yet Cassidy and his ensemble very confidently bring the show to life with a spirit heretofore unrealized.

Friday 5(+1): Getting To Know The New Faces of Nashville Rep's RAGTIME Photo Friday 5(+1): Getting To Know The New Faces of Nashville Rep's RAGTIME
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 12, 2021

Ragtime opened last night, featuring a cast of Nashville stage veterans and a sizable coterie of performers, heretofore unknown to local audiences, who are certain to become fast favorites. Taking a brief respite from their hectic schedules of rehearsals, fittings, photo calls, more rehearsals and getting to know one another, four of those newcomers – Shelby Denise Smith, Wood Van Meter, Kortney Ballenger and Steven McCoy – took the time to answer our questions to tell you why you need to score those tickets for Ragtime now if you haven’t already.

BWW Review: Star-Studded RAGTIME Heralds Nashville Repertory Theatre's Return to Live Photo BWW Review: Star-Studded RAGTIME Heralds Nashville Repertory Theatre's Return to Live Performance
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 11, 2021

Ragtime, the Tony Award-winning musical about life in these United States during the very early years of the 20th century, is a richly drawn and evocatively told rumination on the pursuit of the American dream seen from the perspective of a diverse, multi-ethnic cast of characters. Now onstage through Sunday at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s James K. Polk Theatre, in a glittering and sumptuous revival from Nashville Repertory Theatre, Ragtime proves an ambitious choice for the company’s return to live performance after more than 18 months of darkness due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nashville Rep Comes Home to TPAC's Polk Theatre for Season-Opening RAGTIME Photo Nashville Rep Comes Home to TPAC's Polk Theatre for Season-Opening RAGTIME
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 9, 2021

Opening Thursday night, November 11 and continuing for five performances through Sunday, November 14, Ragtime – the musical by Stephen Flaherty (music), Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) and Terrance McNally (book) which, in turn, is based upon E.L. Doctorow’s 1975 novel of the same name – promises to be a grand undertaking, which hopefully will blow away the cobwebs and the dust that’s collected in the past year-and-a-half during which the theater was dark and the company strived to remain relevant and productive amidst all the challenges that ensued.

BWW Review: Nashville Rep's 35th Season Celebration Kicks Off With Astonishing URINET Photo BWW Review: Nashville Rep's 35th Season Celebration Kicks Off With Astonishing URINETOWN THE MUSICAL
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 15, 2019

Brilliant social commentary or sophomoric lowbrow humor? Just what is it that makes Urinetown the Musical such a hit with audiences and theater companies a?' is it the biting satire delivered in Greg Kotis' book and lyrics and in Mark Hollmann's music and lyrics, or is it (in the case of Nashville Repertory Theatre's 35th season opening production) director Jason Tucker's fast-paced and quick-witted vision that's nothing short of mesmerizingly entertaining? We'll leave that up to you to decide a?' well, actually, we won't since that's why I am paid the big bucks to tell you what to think a?' but rest assured that no matter the reason, odds are you're going to love Nashville Rep's iteration of Urinetown and you'll want to score tickets before the show evaporates into the creative ether encircling Tennessee Performing Arts Center's Andrew Johnson Theatre.

Parris, Kocher Join Mad Lib Inspired Showtune Cabaret Photo Parris, Kocher Join Mad Lib Inspired Showtune Cabaret
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2019

Photo Flash: THE PROM, THE CHER SHOW, BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER, And More Perform At Bro Photo Photo Flash: THE PROM, THE CHER SHOW, BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER, And More Perform At Broadway in Bryant Park
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Aug 1, 2019

Broadway in Bryant Park is back! 106.7 LITE FM's popular series will bring the best of Broadway and Off-Broadway together for FREE performances, for six consecutive weeks, continuing today, August 1, to Thursday, August 15.

Complete Lineup Announced For Madame's Soiree, Today Photo Complete Lineup Announced For Madame's Soiree, Today
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2017

Cabaret patroness Madame Mathieu has selected Zachary Noah Piser (Wicked), and MiMi Scardulla (Gigantic) as guests of honor at the November 9 edition of the Bistro Awards Critics' Pick Madame Mathieu's Soiree.

Complete Lineup Announced For Madame's Soiree, 11/9 Photo Complete Lineup Announced For Madame's Soiree, 11/9
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2017

Cabaret patroness Madame Mathieu has selected Zachary Noah Piser (Wicked), and MiMi Scardulla (Gigantic) as guests of honor at the November 9 edition of the Bistro Awards Critics' Pick Madame Mathieu's Soiree.

Tennessee Remembers TENNESSEE: Nashville's favorite Williams plays
by Jeffrey Ellis - Apr 1, 2011

In recognition of the centennial of Williams' birth, I conducted a very unscientific survey among Nashville theater folk to determine which of his plays are the most popular and the best loved. Perhaps surprisingly, the top vote-getters in our informal survey were A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat On a Hot Tin Roof and Summer and Smoke, shows that have been given memorable (so memorable, in fact, that people continue to talk about them) productions in Music City in the last century. Members of the Nashville theaterati have definite ideas where Williams' plays are concerned.