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Arielle Jacobs

Arielle Jacobs wearing a teal gown


Arielle Jacobs starred as Princess Jasmine in the smash-hit Broadway musical Disney’s Aladdin, and most recently starred as Delilah McPhee in the original Off-Broadway musical Between The Lines based on the book by NY Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult. The Between the Lines Original Cast Album just debuted in the top ten on Billboard. Known for her “songbird-like ability,” Ms. Jacobs made her Broadway debut starring opposite Lin-Manuel Miranda, playing Nina Rosario in the final Broadway cast of his four-time Tony Award® and Grammy Award® winning musical In The Heights. Praised as “compelling” and “radiant” by Variety Magazine, and her voice as “powerful” by The New York Times, Ms. Jacobs continued to wow audiences with starring roles in Wicked on Broadway, Rent (Mimi), Disney’s High School Musical (Gabriella), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Julia) at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC, and Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife) where she performed opposite Emmy®-nominated actor Tituss Burgess. She has starred Off-Broadway in two world-premiere plays by Pulitzer-winning playwright and director Nilo Cruz, entitled Sotto Voce and Farhad or the Secret of Being (a one-woman show that was filmed for the Lincoln Center Public Library Archives). She had the honor to perform in the Guggenheim Museum’s “Works & Process” series, singing songs from a new adaptation of George Bizet’s Carmen with the Tectonic Theater Project, under the guidance of Tony and Emmy nominated director Moises Kaufman. While her singing voice can be heard on film scores and on television, she has also performed onstage in many of America's greatest concert halls (including Lincoln Center in NYC, The Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Symphony Hall in Boston, Yale Hall, the Saenger Theater in New Orleans, Kauffman Center, and many more) beside legendary artists such as Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Damien Sneed, Chaka Khan, Teena Marie, and Stephen Schwartz. Merging her two loves -- Broadway and animals— she founded a company called “The Broadway Pup”, which sells punny Broadway-themed pet bandanas & donates 100% of profits to animal rescue charities. Ms. Jacobs’ soaring debut solo album A Leap In the Dark: Live at Feinstein's/54 Below was released by Broadway Records. @ArielleJacobs

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