ARIELA MORGENSTERN, SINGER & ACTOR
An accomplished singing actor, Ariela Morgenstern has gained recognition in the world of musical theater, cabaret and opera. A native of San Francisco, she returned home last year after living and working in New York for the past nine years.
She recently performed the role of Diana in Next To Normal at Baltimore Center Stage, and Penn State Center State. She also had the pleasure of portraying Franca in The Light In The Piazza at Arena Stage, and subsequently with Theatreworks in California. Morgenstern created the featured role of Ms. Wilde in the new National Tour of Flashdance the Musical, under the helm of director and choreographer Sergio Trujillo.
She is a champion of new music, and was in the original Off-Broadway production of the Award-Winning musical Adding Machine, as well as performing as the soloist in Imant Raminsh’s The Symphony of Psalms at Carnegie Hall.
After specializing in his music for many years as a cabaret singer, she was honored to win in the Kurt Weill Foundation’s International Lotte Lenya Competition.
Other theatrical lead credits include Signora Naccareli in The Light In The Piazza (The Fingerlakes Musical Theatre Festival) Jenny in The Threepenny Opera (Marvel Rep, Drama Desk-nominated, and West Bay Opera), Aldonza in Man Of La Mancha (Flat Rock Playhouse), Kate Haroney in I Married Wyatt Earp (Prospect Theatre), and last but certainly not least, the title role in Carmen with the Pacific Repertory and the San Francisco Lyric Opera, as well as many other operatic roles in the Bay Area.
Ariela was also in the new movie Easter Mysteries, a musical feature filmed live in New York starring Broadway stars and Tony Nominees, Philip Boykin (Porgy & Bess). Wallace Smith (Les Miserables), and Erin Davies (Sideshow), and shown in selected theaters across America.
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Lotte Lenya Competition, 2nd Place
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