Nicole Parker

Nicole Parker


Nicole Parker portrayed Elphaba in the Broadway production of Wicked and also on the First National Tour. Nicole’s other Broadway credits include Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me and The People in the Picture with Donna Murphy. Regionally, Nicole played Juliet in The Second City's Romeo and Juliet Musical at Chicago Shakespeare, for which she received a Jeff Award nomination. She also appeared in the world premiere of Dog and Pony at the Old Globe with Roger Rees directing and won a Los Angeles Ovation award for her performance as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl with 3D Theatricals. Recently, she was seen in These Paper Bullets at the Atlantic Theater in New York.

About Nicole Parker

For six years, Nicole was a cast member and contributing writer on Fox's MADtv.For two years, she was a performer and writer for Boom Chicago, an all-American sketch and improvisation theater in Amsterdam.  Her other television and film credits include Key and Peele, Hot in Cleveland, and Funny People directed by Judd Apatow.

A frequent soloist with orchestras around the country, recent and upcoming performances include Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony, the Philly Pops, Houston Symphony, Utah Symphony and Opera, Colorado Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, and Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.

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