Soprano / Belt | AEA/SAG-AFTRA
MARCIE PASSLEY is a New York City based singer, actress, piano and voice instructor. She is a member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) and the Screen Actor’s Guild & American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Millikin University. Marcie has performed with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players and has been in numerous G&S productions at New York’s City Center and Symphony Space, as well as various touring venues throughout the United States. Broadway credits include concert performances of Brigadoon and Camelot at Broadway’s Schubert Theatre, as well as Something Wonderful at the Broadhurst Theatre. Other credits include the American premiere of Jude (Sue) at Yale University, Stephen Schwartz’s Reluctant Pilgrim (Off-Broadway NYMF), and FLOPZ (Joe’s Pub). Favorite roles include The Music Man (Marion Paroo), The Sound Of Music (Maria), and West Side Story (Maria). Television credits include All My Children and As the World Turns. In addition to her roles in musical theatre, light opera, and television, Marcie sings jazz and Latin standards at events throughout Metropolitan New York.
"Marcie Passley was absolutely PERFECT..."- Akron West Side Leader
"Ms. Passley flawlessly couples perfect timing with a gorgeous voice which freshens an all too-familiar score..."-
- Rog Robbennolt from the Crossville Chronicle(Crossville, TN)
"heroic and dramatically intense..."
- Kevin Nance: The Tennessean