Carole Demas

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Carole Demas is an American Actor and Singer whose work has spanned over 50 years of Professional Theatre (Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional) as well as Television, Film, Concert and Cabaret. She was born in Brooklyn, New York. She is regularly seen in Concerts and Cabaret appearances throughout the New York Tri-state area and occasionally various other locations in the US and St. Croix. Carole Demas is best known for her critically acclaimed creation of the female lead, “Sandy”, in the original Broadway blockbuster, Grease. She originated the title role in Stephen Schwartz’s The Baker’s Wife in Los Angeles and played “Luisa” in Off-Broadway’s longest running show, The Fantasticks, at New York’s Sullivan Street Playhouse for two years. Carole starred on PBS in Great Performances/ Showstoppers -The Best Of Broadway and was recently reviewed as “a powerhouse of musical theatre”, “A vocal champion” and “consummate artist”. Carole’s singing has been described as “shimmering..” ”thrilling..” “..warmth and sweetness with surprising power”.

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