Audrey Klinger

Audrey performed the role of Fantine in Les Miserables both on Broadway and on tour. She was the
Factory Girl and understudied Andrea McArdle and Melba Moore. She sang in Linda Eder on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre and at Carnegie Hall. Audrey performed on Broadway in several Actor’s Fund Shows including Chess with Josh Groban, Adam Pascal and Sutton Foster, and Dreamgirls 20th Anniversary with Audra McDonald, Billy Porter, Norm Lewis and Heather Headley.
Some NYC workshops include Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party and Queen with Kristin Chenowith. Audrey
was a soloist at Lincoln Center at the Gilman Gonzales Awards honoring Jason Robert Brown, and a
soloist for Seth Ruditsky’s Cabaret at Don’t Tell Mama.
Audrey performed in Europe and across the United States in shows including Jekyll and Hyde (World
Premiere w/ Linda Eder), Triumph of Love(Corine) w/ Gary Beach and Chris Sieber, Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Secret Garden (Martha), Hot Mikado (Pitti Sing), Tommy (Mrs. Walker), Hair (Sheila), Grease (Sandy), Oliver (Nancy), and Oklahoma (Ado Annie).
Audrey attended Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts and graduated Summa Cum Laude from James Madison University with a degree in Theatre Arts and Speech Pathology.