Carmen Cusack

CARMEN CUSACK (2x Tony Award-nominee) most recently starred on Broadway as Clare Boothe Luce in James Lapine’s acclaimed musical, Flying Over Sunset. The role earned her second Tony Award nomination in as many shows.

She was previously nominated for a Tony for her critically acclaimed lead role in Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Broadway musical, Bright Star.

On screen, she recurred opposite Janet McTeer and Elizabeth Olsen on the Facebook series, Sorry For Your Loss, and she was featured opposite Tom Hanks in TriStar's A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. She starred as Julia Sugarbaker in the world premiere adaptation of Designing Women at TheatreSquared and as Lynn Gardner in MCC’s Off-Broadway revival of Carrie. Her additional North American credits include Annie McDougan in First Wives Club at the Nederlander in Chicago, Dot in Sunday in the Park with George at Chicago Shakespeare, Nellie Forbush in the first national tour of Lincoln Center Theater’s revival of South Pacific, and Elphaba in the first national tour of Wicked and in Melbourne, Australia.  Her West End credits include Fantine in Les Misérables, Rose in The Secret Garden at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens at The Venue, and Kim in Personals at the Apollo Theatre.

She toured the UK as Christine in The Phantom of the Opera and as Eva Cassidy in Over the Rainbow. Ms. Cusack studied opera at the University of North Texas, which gave her its first honorary baccalaureate degree in 2018.

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