The Phantom’s Leading Ladies have collectively starred in hundreds of musicals across the country, including Broadway shows such as SHOW BOAT, SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and SHE LOVES ME, plus more than 4,000 performances as Christine Daaé in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Together and/or individually they have sung with the New York Pops, the City of London Philharmonic, the California Philharmonic, and the Santa Fe, Pacific, St. Louis, Cape, Chattanooga, Signature, Springfield and Stockton Symphonies; performing in such esteemed venues as Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the Library of Congress and London's Royal Albert Hall. Since their debut in 2001 the Ladies have performed their concerts at theatres such as the Wilson Center for the Arts (Brookfield, WI), the Sunset Center (Carmel, CA), the Tennessee Williams Theatre (Key West, FL), and the Cinegrill cabaret in Hollywood. They have appeared in galas for Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre, the Children’s Burn Foundation and the American Heart Association, in San Francisco’s R.E.A.F. AIDS benefits and L.A.’s S.T.A.G.E. benefits, as part of Holiday Express concerts for Hurricane Katrina victims in New Orleans, and on national television for the 2004 Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon – sharing the stage with Michael Feinstein, Maureen McGovern, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Danza, Jack Jones and many others along the way.
Teri Bibb played Christine Daaé in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA on Broadway and with the national tour, during which she sang for both former President Clinton and for former President Bush at a command performance at the White House, and earned a Helen Hayes Award nomination and a Carbonell Award. Also on Broadway: Amalia in SHE LOVES ME (standby). Regionally, she starred in the world premieres of SONGS FROM THE TALL GRASS (Ford’s Theatre) and CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT (Katselas Theatre Company, Beverly Hills). Ms. Bibb has been a featured soloist in tributes honoring Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim, and Harold Prince, including "The Broadway Prince" at Carnegie Hall, in seven annual "The Night of 1,000 Voices" concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall, and at Radio City Music Hall, where she sang duets with tenor José Carreras. She can be heard on the recordings "Unsung Irving Berlin," "Sondheim Tonight" and "A Gala Concert for Hal Prince." She has guest starred on TV, been a supporting player on film, and has sung on several film scores, including "Ice Age" and "Polar Express." Teri was recently a featured soloist on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars.” www.TeriBibb.com
Karen Culliver played Christine Daaé in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, Rosa Bud in THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, Lucille Ballard in MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS and Kim Ravenal in SHOW BOAT on Broadway. Off-Broadway Karen was Luisa in THE FANTASTICKS (filmed for Lincoln Center). Touring credits include Christine in PHANTOM, appearing in Chicago, Los Angeles & San Francisco. In California, she has been seen as Lina Lamont in SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, Grace in ANNIE, Rosabella in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA, Magnolia in SHOW BOAT, Lily in THE SECRET GARDEN, Adriana in THE BOYS FROM SYRACUSE (starring David Hyde Pierce), Mrs. Nordstrom in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC and Christine in Yeston/Kopit’s PHANTOM. Various national theatres have seen her as Marian in THE MUSIC MAN, Carlotta in THE SWEET REVENGE OF LUISA MAY (nominated for the Helen Hayes Award), Eliza in MY FAIR LADY and Fiona in BRIGADOON. Recordings include “Christmas Center Stage” and “The Portrait,” Yamaha’s disclavier CDs of “Broadway Love Songs” and “Songs from THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA." Karen has recently branched into directing, including productions of LITTLE WOMEN, GUYS & DOLLS and ONCE ON THIS ISLAND for OCHSA.
Mary D’Arcy has starred as Christine Daaé opposite both Michael Crawford and Colm Wilkinson in Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA in Los Angeles, Toronto, and on Broadway. Ms. D’Arcy also starred on Broadway as Kathy Selden in SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN and originated the roles of Celeste II / Elaine in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, and Cinderella in the Playwright’s Horizon workshop of INTO THE WOODS, both written by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. She has toured the former Soviet Union in Duke Ellington’s SOPHISTICATED LADIES and the United States as the late Richard Harris’ favorite Guenevere in CAMELOT. Ms. D’Arcy can be seen opposite James Woods and Drew Barrymore in Steven King’s cult classic film “Cat’s Eye.” She is very proud to her work on “Sondheim,” a recorded tribute to the composer on which she premiered the vocal rendition of “Goodbye For Now” (the theme from Warren Beatty’s “Reds”), as well as “Take Me to the World” from EVENING PRIMROSE. Each holiday season for the past 10 years, Mary has volunteered and performed with the charitable organization, Holiday Express. www.holidayexpress.org