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Charlotte D’Amboise

Charlotte D’Amboise

Charlotte d’Amboise has been gracing Broadway stages for decades. Since making her Broadway debut in Cats, Charlotte has been nominated for two Tony Awards for her performances in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line (Cassie) and Jerome Robbins’ Broadway(multiple roles). She has also won numerous Fred Astaire Awards for her roles in Pippin(Fastrada), Sweet Charity (Charity), and Damn Yankees (Lola).  Most recently, she has been seen in the role of Roxie in Chicago, that has earned her the LA Ovation Award, the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award.  Charlotte has also appeared in the Broadway casts of Company, Contact, Carrie,and Song and Dance.  

Throughout her career onstage, she has worked alongside several legendary directors including, Jerome Robbins, Michael Bennett, Peter Martins, Rob Marshall, Ann Reinking, Debbie Allen, Gillian Lynn, Rob Ashford, Diane Paulus, Walter Bobbie, Scott Ellis, and George Balanchine.

Her film credits include “The In Crowd” (1988), “American Blue Note” (1989), “Just Off the Coast”(1992), and “The Preacher’s Wife”(1996). She appears as herself in “Every Little Step”(2008), a documentary about the Broadway revival of “A Chorus Line”. In 2012, she co-starred in “Frances Ha”, directed by Noah Baumbach. On television she has appeared in “Law & Order” (2001), “One Life to Live”(2009), a videotaped performance of the Broadway musical “Contact”(2002) and the Kennedy Center Honors (1989, 1995, 2009).  Of all her experiences on stage, one of the most special moments for Charlotte was her performance in the Kennedy Center Honors (2009) performing with her brother (Christopher d’Amboise) in an evening honoring her father, Jacques d’Amboise which also aired on television.

Charlotte is the Co-Artistic director, with her husband Terrence Mann, of Triple Arts, a musical theater summer intensive for young artists.