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Melissa Massei
San Jose, CA, USA

Age range: Young adult

Profile views: 878

Last Login: 01-28-11

Vocal Range – Soprano

Singing – Musical Theater

Dancing – Two left feet

Languages – American English

Height – 5 feet 11 inches / 180 cm

Hair – Red

Eyes – Hazel

Body Type – Plus-sized

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian

Introducing... Melissa Massei

I love performing in live theatre. In high school, I was cast in Marisol by Jose Rivera, Starmites by Stuart Ross (lyrics by Barry Keating) and An American Daughter by Wendy Wasserstein. I've never had a lead role, but I'm always just happy to be part of ...

Favorite Shows

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– On the way to visit an old college professor, two clean cut young people, Brad Majors and his fiancĂ...
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– In roaring twenties Chicago, Roxie Hart, an ambitious chorus girl, murders her lover. She then convi...
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– Seymour Krelbourn is a poor young man working at a run-down flower shop on skid row when he encounte...
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– The plot revolves around Charles, who plans a sĂ©ance as research for his new book. He invites the ...
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– This zany, adult-themed spoof on Sesame Street revolves around the main character, Princeton, who ha...
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– In New York City, a magazine writer named Theresa ends up being set up on a blind date by a friend. ...
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Favorite Role

A homeless person in Marisol.

Dream Role

Magenta in Rocky Horror Picture Show or Elvira in Blithe Spirit.

My Experience
Nov '09 – Charlotte "Chubby" Hughes in "An American Daughter"
Mar '09 – Elanor's Mother in "Starmites"
Nov '08 – Homeless Person/Voice 1 in "Marisol"
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