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"A superb Rebecca Larkin nails every grim, stone-faced non-reaction...No smile cracks her face-- until Park's fantastic breakout number" "Slayingly funny."

In any musical about a spelling bee, there must be the stereotypical, over-achieving, Asian American student. 

In "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee", that character is Marcy Park. Click on the links for specific reviews from each of the Equity productions.



"In 'I Still Believe'...Rebecca Larkin’s shiver-inducing vibrato filled the auditorium, holding every perfectly pitched note."

A one night only event, "Broadway Rocks" was an eclectic concert directed by Kim Steiner, featuring songs from "RENT", "Next to Normal", "Miss Saigon", "American Idiot", and more. It was performed at Savannah's historic Lucas Theater.



"Christmas Eve...Hilariously played by Rebecca Larkin...from the national touring company."

Opening Ogunquit Playhouse's 79th season, "Avenue Q" took Maine by storm, starring Howie Michael Smith, directed by Keith Andrews. Click the links below for all the reviews.



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Keep up to date on news about upcoming shows and the performing arts charity events I support! There are two fantastic, New York-based organizations I work with, who raise money and awareness through the arts:

                    Broadway Sings for Pride and R.Evolucion Latina. Bio

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