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Lauren's Acting Reel

A mess of ultra-blonde hair and high octane energy, Lauren Marcus is a singer-songwriter and actress living and performing in New York City. She likes to call her music indie-folk-pop-rock-with-a-touch-of-the-country, but doesn't mind if you call it whatever you want. She's written book and lyrics for the children's musical The Meanest Birthday Girl (presented by Musical Theatre Factory as part of the New York Children's Theater Festival), and is currently hard at work on her debut EP and two more musicals - one involving some murderous ladies of Hollywood's Golden Age, and one exploring that elusive world of the mother-daughter beauty pageant. Backstage has called her a "devilish dynamo", Stagebuzz says "she does not fail to deliver", and Lauren's cat Diane Kitten says, "She's a good mother master."

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Gallery


Videos


Videos


"Waiting on My Thank You"
by Amanda Green

"Party Hat"
By Joe Iconis

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Reviews


Reviews


As the bubble gum-chewing Suzy, Lauren Marcus displayed some serious comedic chops. Not once did Marcus play repeated examples of Suzy’s vacuousness with even a touch of irony. Unlike some of her cohorts, her Suzy had her gloriously golden head on straight, even if there was little in it.
— The Manchester Journal
The surprise show-stopper of the night was supplied by Lauren Marcus, performing the Styne, Comden & Green Two On The Aisle classic, ‘If,’ with a lunatic comic vivacity that zinged every rhyme and built to a maniacally funny crescendo. Hang around cabarets and piano bars long enough and you hear that one sung a lot. This was the most memorable rendition I’ve ever seen.
— BroadwayWorld
Without saying a word, Marcus grabs your attention... Marcus does not fail to deliver.
— Stagebuzz
Lauren Marcus is a devilish dynamo as the bad seed Mary, utterly convincing as a spoiled adolescent willing to destroy anyone in her way.
— Backstage
Marcus’ performance was not only endearing, it was charmingly witty.
— Rutland Herald
Lauren Marcus’s Audrey is superb... an unapologetic masochist who longs for a better way of life. She wears the delightfully tasteless outfits with pride and assumes a grand manner when things improve for her through the disappearance of her brutally overbearing dentist boyfriend. She sings wonderfully and her rendition of ‘Somewhere That’s Green’ is tender and touching. It’s a great role for this actress and she is terrific in it.
— Berkshire Bright Focus
As Sonia, Lauren Marcus is adorable and perfectly ‘flaky’. Constantly tardy, always on the move and the complete opposite of the composer, she is a whirlwind. Ms. Marcus is also a singer/songwriter and this probably helped her to develop her character so well.
— Naugatuck Patch