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 December Mary produces her own Christmas concert called “Mary’s Christmas” supporting local charities.