Julie Reiber thrilled theatre audiences as Elphaba, Broadway’s most iconic leading lady of the new millennium. She first performed the role with the original Los Angeles cast of Wicked and later reprised the role on Broadway. Most recently, Ms. Reiber starred as Marion in Priscilla Queen of the Desert at the Palace Theatre. She has also been seen on Broadway as Brooklyn in Bklyn, Natalie/Ed in All Shook Up and working along side Harry Connick Jr. in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever. Her off-Broadway credits include Vanities at Second Stage Theatre and Ministry of Progress at the Jane Street Theatre. Ms. Reiber also portrayed Maureen in the National Tour of RENT, Rose in Tony Kushner’s Caroline or Change at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, and Betty Haynes in the classic White Christmas at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. Ms. Reiber starred as Connie Bradshaw in the World Premiere performance of Tales of the City at A.C.T. in San Francisco. Other favorite regional performances include Cathy in The Last Five Years, “Turn Back O Man in” Godspell at the Paper Mill Playhouse and Amneris in Aida(Henry Award Best Supporting Actress) at The Arvada Center.
Ms. Reiber has performed with symphonies across the world. She was seen as Emma in the concert version of Jekyll and Hyde with the Korean Symphony in the Olympic Hall in Seoul, Korea. Also starring in The Beat Goes On: The Music of the 60’s, conducted by Jack Everly, she performed with numerous American symphonies across the country. Ms. Reiber also wowed audiences with her stunning rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at Dodgers Stadium as well as The Tacoma Dome in Washington State. As a singer/songwriter, Ms. Reiber recently released her debut album, Love Travels in 2012 – an album that is a fusion of Broadway, pop, folk and R&B/soul.