Tony Award winner Faith Prince dazzles audiences as she moves effortlessly between theater, live performance, television and movies. Her latest concert, Total Faith, is – in her own words - "a smorgasbord, a goulash, a bouillabaisse of Faith Prince: past, present, future." From an opening medley that recalls her memorable Broadway triumphs in Guys & Dolls, The King & I and Bells Are Ringing to a hilarious parody of "the good old days" of economic excess; from tales and songs from her early career in Off-Broadway gems like Little Shop Of Horrors and Scrambled Feet to contemporary Broadway roles; from intimate, confessional moments to the heights of theatrical drama – Faith, as hostess of this party, serves it all up with generous dollops of her trademark quirky humor. As for the future, her version of "Before The Parade Passes By" makes it clear that Faith Prince, whether in a cozy cabaret or on the biggest Broadway stage, is still glowing, still crowing, and still going strong.
Faith Prince has been astounding Broadway audiences since winning the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as "Ms. Adelaide" in Guys & Dolls. She was nominated for Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for A Catered Affair and Bells Are Ringing, and received Tony and Drama Desk nominations for Jerome Robbins' Broadway. Other Broadway credits include The Little Mermaid, Nick & Nora, Little Me, The Dead and Noises Off. Most recently, Faith starred in the national tour of the Broadway hit Billy Elliott. Faith currently recurs on Lifetime's hit series Drop Dead Diva as Brooke Elliott's mother "Elaine." She works often with The Boston Pops, Utah Symphony, Cincinnati Pops and Philly Pops, and recently starred in The Orlando Philharmonic's concert version of Sweeney Todd.