Scarlett Strallen appears internationally in concert. Recent productions include “I Love Musicals” arena tour of Sweden with Peter Joback, “Cole Porter in Hollywood” UK tour with the John Wilson Orchestra, broadcast on Sky television from the Royal Albert Hall in London and “Bernstein Stage and Screen” at the BBC Proms with the John Wilson Orchestra which was broadcast on BBC television: “Most arresting of all was Scarlett Strallen, who donned a sparkly close-fitting number for Glitter and be Gay (Candide), in which her coloratura was no less stunning than her stage presence. She duly brought the house down” – Barry Millington the Evening Standard.
Scarlett Strallen has recorded with Simon Keenleyside “Something’s Gotta Give” for Chandos conducted by David Charles Abel and has been nominated for Olivier Awards in 2006 for her portrayal of Josephine in “HMS Pinafore” at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre and in 2012 for her role in “Singin’ in the Rain”. In 2014 Scarlett received the “Whatsonstage” awards for best actress in a musical for “A Chorus Line” at the London Palladium and “Candide” at the Menier.
Theatre credits include the role of Sibella Hallward in “A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder” at The Walter Kerr Theatre, Broadway, directed by Darko Tresnjak, Lady Macduff in “Macbeth” at the Armory in New York directed by Kenneth Branagh and Rob Ashford, Cunegonde in “Candide” at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Cassie in “A Chorus Line” at The London Palladium, Kathy Selden in “Singin’ In The Rain” at Chichester Festival Theatre and The Palace Theatre London (Olivier Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical). Clara in “Passion” at Donmar Warehouse, the title role in “Mary Poppins” on Broadway, a role she also played in the West End and most recently at The Capitol Theatre, Sydney. Prior to this she played Marian in “The Music Man” at Chichester Festival Theatre. She has worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company playing Anne Page in “Merry Wives Of Windsor”. Her performance of Josephine at Regents Park Open Air Theatre in “HMS Pinafore” won her an Olivier nomination. Other productions at Regents Park include “Cymbeline” and “Twelfth Night”, Truly Scrumptious in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (London Palladium), and original casts of “Mamma Mia!” (Prince Edward), “The Witches Of Eastwick” (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and “Peggy Sue Got Married” (Shaftesbury). Film and television include: Kevin Spacey's movie “Beyond The Sea”, Mary Poppins in the BBC production celebrating HM Queen Elizabeth’s 80th birthday.
As of August 2016