Lauren Sprague

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Lauren is ecstatic to be back at Transcendence Theatre Company this summer for the “Gala Celebration” September 7-9!

Lauren was seen as Velma Kelly in “Chicago” from June 29-July 14th at the Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY!

Lauren was seen as one of “Jerry’s Girls” alongside Susan Anton, Klea Blackhurst and Julie Kavanagh at The Wick Theatre April 19th- May 13th

Lauren recently played Sheila in Westchester Broadway Theatre's production of A Chorus Line!

Lauren was seen as "Lorraine" in the world premier production of Johnny Manhattan! The show runs at Meadow Brook Theatre from September 4-24.

Lauren was seen taking on the role of Go-to-Hell Kitty in Riverside Theatre's production of Chicago the Musical this past winter.

Lauren had the honor of closing the 1st National Tour of Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella as Marie this past May in San Francisco.

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"The star of this production is Lauren Sprague as the fairy godmother Marie.  In "Fol-de-rol", she shows off a richly textured alto that wouldn't be out of place in a Disney Villainess.  "There's Music in You" takes her to the other extreme: an operative higher register with booming resonance and a wide steady vibrato."
San Fran Stark Insider, Ilana Walder-Biesanz

"The best voice in the show, in fact, may be Lauren Sprague (Marie and Fairy Godmother), from whom we hear in only a couple of numbers.
The Star Telegram, Punch Shaw

"Lauren Sprague is perfect as the sensual temptress Sylvia, and possesses professional level stage presence."
Talkin' Broadway.com, Scott Cain

"Lauren Sprague is sexy and jazzy as Bombalurina!
Sally Applegate, Wicked Local

"Lauren Sprague…(aka Old Crazy Beggar Woman/Fairy Godmother) stole the show with her operatic soprano voice that fills the Connor Palace with joy."
AXS, Mark Horning

"Lauren Sprague is utterly bewitching as the fairy godmother, commanding the stage with her powerful presence and powerhouse pipes, providing several of the show's musical highlights."
hooplanow.com, Diana Nolan

"Lauren Sprague is the statuesque Marie, the fairy godmother, with a rich, soaring soprano.
GreenvilleOnline.com, Paul Hyde

"Lauren Sprague is Silvia, a comic vixen whose moves manage to be both amusing and enticing."
City Beat, Rick Pender

"Sprague…reveals plenty of fire beneath the cool exterior, beginning with her opening show-stopper, 'All That Jazz'.  Sprague can do everything, and she’s startling with a kick that puts her heel above her forehead. Her delicious repartee with bosomy matron Mama Morton (Lucia Spina), 'Class', stops the show again with mordant irony."
Syracuse New Times, James Mackillop

"I don't know if his triple-threat leading lady Lauren Sprague let him take things up a notch.  What I can tell you is her second act opener would look right at home on Broadway.  Sprague, a Cincinnati kid who had me saying 'Who's that girl?' way back in her tap happy high school turn in "42nd Street" at Cincinnati Music Theatre, rules in a smart, passionate, funny performance."
Cincinnati Enquirer, Jackie Demaline

"Lauren Sprague nails the withering sarcasm of statuesque cougar Sheila."
Onstage Blog, John P. McCarthy

"“Lauren Sprague is icy perfection, whether introducing us to the merry murderesses, or trying to woo Roxie into joining her act in 'I Can’t Do It Alone'."
Syracuse.com, Len Fonte

"My favorite performance was Macavity providing a bluesy, burlesque interpretation of the suave cat.  The duet  between Erica Sweany as Demeter and Lauren Sprague as Bombalurina was provocative and entertaining."
PMPnetwork.com, Robin Shay

"Lauren Sprague is the statuesque Marie, the fairy godmother, with a rich, soaring soprano.
GreenvilleOnline.com, Paul Hyde

"The star of this production is Lauren Sprague as the fairy godmother Marie.  In "Fol-de-rol", she shows off a richly textured alto that wouldn't be out of place in a Disney Villainess.  "There's Music in You" takes her to the other extreme: an operative higher register with booming resonance and a wide steady vibrato."
San Fran Stark Insider, Ilana Walder-Biesanz

"The best voice in the show, in fact, may be Lauren Sprague (Marie and Fairy Godmother), from whom we hear in only a couple of numbers.
The Star Telegram, Punch Shaw

"Lauren Sprague is perfect as the sensual temptress Sylvia, and possesses professional level stage presence."
Talkin' Broadway.com, Scott Cain

"I don't know if his triple-threat leading lady Lauren Sprague let him take things up a notch.  What I can tell you is her second act opener would look right at home on Broadway.  Sprague, a Cincinnati kid who had me saying 'Who's that girl?' way back in her tap happy high school turn in "42nd Street" at Cincinnati Music Theatre, rules in a smart, passionate, funny performance."
Cincinnati Enquirer, Jackie Demaline

"Lauren Sprague is sexy and jazzy as Bombalurina!
Sally Applegate, Wicked Local

"Lauren Sprague…(aka Old Crazy Beggar Woman/Fairy Godmother) stole the show with her operatic soprano voice that fills the Connor Palace with joy."
AXS, Mark Horning

"Lauren Sprague is utterly bewitching as the fairy godmother, commanding the stage with her powerful presence and powerhouse pipes, providing several of the show's musical highlights."
hooplanow.com, Diana Nolan

"Lauren Sprague is the statuesque Marie, the fairy godmother, with a rich, soaring soprano.
GreenvilleOnline.com, Paul Hyde

"My favorite performance was Macavity providing a bluesy, burlesque interpretation of the suave cat.  The duet  between Erica Sweany as Demeter and Lauren Sprague as Bombalurina was provocative and entertaining."
PMPnetwork.com, Robin Shay

"Lauren Sprague is Silvia, a comic vixen whose moves manage to be both amusing and enticing."
City Beat, Rick Pender

"The star of this production is Lauren Sprague as the fairy godmother Marie.  In "Fol-de-rol", she shows off a richly textured alto that wouldn't be out of place in a Disney Villainess.  "There's Music in You" takes her to the other extreme: an operative higher register with booming resonance and a wide steady vibrato."
San Fran Stark Insider, Ilana Walder-Biesanz
"The best voice in the show, in fact, may be Lauren Sprague (Marie and Fairy Godmother), from whom we hear in only a couple of numbers."  The Star Telegram, Punch Shaw
"Lauren Sprague is perfect as the sensual temptress Sylvia, and possesses professional level stage presence."
Talkin' Broadway.com, Scott Cain
"Lauren Sprague is sexy and jazzy as Bombalurina!" Sally Applegate, Wicked Local
"I don't know if his triple-threat leading lady Lauren Sprague let him take things up a notch.  What I can tell you is her second act opener would look right at home on Broadway.  Sprague, a Cincinnati kid who had me saying 'Who's that girl?' way back in her tap happy high school turn in "42nd Street" at Cincinnati Music Theatre, rules in a smart, passionate, funny performance." Cincinnati Enquirer, Jackie Demaline
"Lauren Sprague…(aka Old Crazy Beggar Woman/Fairy Godmother) stole the show with her operatic soprano voice that fills the Connor Palace with joy." AXS, Mark Horning
"My favorite performance was Macavity providing a bluesy, burlesque interpretation of the suave cat.  The duet  between Erica Sweany as Demeter and Lauren Sprague as Bombalurina was provocative and entertaining."  PMPnetwork.com, Robin Shay
"Lauren Sprague is the statuesque Marie, the fairy godmother, with a rich, soaring soprano." GreenvilleOnline.com, Paul Hyde
"Lauren Sprague is Silvia, a comic vixen whose moves manage to be both amusing and enticing." City Beat, Rick Pender
"Lauren Sprague is utterly bewitching as the fairy godmother, commanding the stage with her powerful presence and powerhouse pipes, providing several of the show's musical highlights." hooplanow.com, Diana Nolan
"“Lauren Sprague is icy perfection, whether introducing us to the merry murderesses, or trying to woo Roxie into joining her act in “I Can’t Do It Alone”. Syracuse.com, Len Fonte
“Sprague…reveals plenty of fire beneath the cool exterior, beginning with her opening show-stopper, “All That Jazz”.  Sprague can do everything, and she’s startling with a kick that puts her heel above her forehead. Her delicious repartee with bosomy matron Mama Morton (Lucia Spina), “Class”, stops the show again with mordant irony.” Syracuse New Times, James Mackillop
“Lauren Sprague nails the withering sarcasm of statuesque cougar Sheila.” Onstage Blog, John P. McCarthy

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