Christiane Noll

Born in New Jersey, New York, Christiane Noll made her Broadway début starring in Jekyll & Hyde, creating the role of Emma. She received an Ovation Award for her comedic turn as Hope Cladwell in the National Tour of Urinetown and wowed audiences again as Vanna Vane in the new musical The Mambo Kings and soared as Jane Smart in the American première of The Witches of Eastwick.

Noll has been living up to her reputation as being “one of the most versatile actresses in the American Musical Theatre” with a varied repertoire in Broadway, opera, operetta and jazz. She has been a frequent guest soloist as part of Bravo Broadway with symphony orchestras around the world, including the National Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch, the Cincinnati Pops with Eric Kunzel, the Jerusalem Symphony with Don Pippin, the Philadelphia Pops with Peter Nero, as well as appearances with Cleveland Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and the Sinfonica Brasileira in Rio. She has released three solo CD’s, Christiane Noll – A Broadway Love Story and The Ira Gershwin Album, both on Fynsworth Alley, as well as Live at the Westbank Café on 2Die4 Records.

Noll was critically acclaimed for her operetta performances as Marianne in City Center Encores! The New Moon, Kathie in The Student Prince and Mabel in The Priates of Penzance. Other favorite roles include Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors, The Baker's Wife in Into the Woods, Mabel in Mack & Mabel, working with Jerry Herman and winning a Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Lizzie in Lizzie Borden, Genvieve in The Baker’s Wife, and Carrie in Carousel.

She has been a member of the national tours of Grease!, Miss Saigon, City of Angels as well as a tour of Australia and Thailand in South Pacific. Noll made her opera début with Plácido Domingo and the Washington National Opera in The Merry Widow as Valencienne at The Kennedy Center and her Carnegie Hall début with Skitch Henderson, in his last pops performance, as one of the 3 Broadway Divas with The New York Pops.
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