A luminous presence on stage and screen, Melissa Errico captivates audiences with her exquisite voice and nuanced acting. Tony-nominated for her breathtaking turn in Amour, her musical theatre credits sparkle with iconic roles like Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady and the alluring goddess in One Touch of Venus. But her artistry transcends the musical genre, as evidenced by her commanding performances in plays by the likes of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw.
Beyond the bright lights, Errico weaves her magic as a recording artist, her renditions of Sondheim and Legrand earning rapturous praise. She brings her wit and insight to the page with regular contributions to The New York Times, cementing her status as a multifaceted artist who continues to illuminate the worlds of theatre, music, and literature.