Isabelle McCalla is an American actress and singer best known for her roles in Broadway musicals such as The Prom, Aladdin, and Shucked. She is also known for her activism and her work to promote diversity and inclusion in the theater world.
McCalla was born in Queens, New York, in 1993. She began performing in community theater as a teenager, and went on to study at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. After graduating, McCalla moved to New York City to pursue a career in theater.
In 2016, McCalla made her Broadway debut in the Atlanta premiere of the musical The Prom. She went on to reprise her role in the Broadway production of the show in 2018. McCalla's performance was critically acclaimed, and she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical.
In 2019, McCalla starred as Princess Jasmine in the Broadway musical Aladdin. Her performance was once again critically acclaimed, and she was praised for her vocal abilities and her stage presence.
In 2023, McCalla starred as Maizy in the Broadway musical Shucked. Her performance has received rave reviews from critics, and she has been praised for her comedic timing and her ability to connect with the audience.
McCalla is a rising star in the theater world. She is known for her talent, her versatility, and her commitment to her work. McCalla is also known for her activism and her work to promote diversity and inclusion in the theater world. She is a role model for aspiring actors and actresses everywhere.