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Julie Reiber Biography

 
Date Of Birth:
July 03
Bio:
Julie Reiber has thrilled Broadway audiences as Elphaba, the most iconic singing green girl of the new millennium, in the smash hit, Wicked. Other Broadway credits include Come From Away, BKYLN The Musical, All Shook Up, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (with Harry Connick, Jr.), Priscilla Queen ... (read complete bio)
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Date of Birth: July 03

Bio:
Julie Reiber has thrilled Broadway audiences as Elphaba, the most iconic singing green girl of the new millennium, in the smash hit, Wicked. Other Broadway credits include Come From Away, BKYLN The Musical, All Shook Up, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (with Harry Connick, Jr.), Priscilla Queen ... (read complete bio)

Julie Reiber has thrilled Broadway audiences as Elphaba, the most iconic singing green girl of the new millennium, in the smash hit, Wicked. Other Broadway credits include Come From Away, BKYLN The Musical, All Shook Up, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (with Harry Connick, Jr.), Priscilla Queen of the Dessert & Newsies. Regional roles include Maureen in the national tour of Rent, Rose in Caroline or Change, Connie Bradshaw in Tales of the City, Cathy in The Last Five Years, Amneris in Aida, & Betty Haynes in the holiday favorite, White Christmas. Julie has performed as a soloist with symphonies throughout the world including the Korean Symphony in the Olympic Hall in Seoul, & has wowed sports fans with her stunning rendition of The Star Spangled Banner at Dodgers Stadium. Her remarkable debut CD, Love Travels, is currently available on iTunes. Look for classic hits in any performance from Julie, including Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Don’t Rain on My Parade, Popular, Let it Go (from Frozen), &, of course, Defying Gravity.