Annabelle Fox

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July

7/2: She will play Judy in Just Friends Film

June 

6/11: Connecticut Critics Circle Awards 7:30 pm at The Westport Country Playhouse
Outstanding Actress in a Musical Nominee

6/3: She sang for the oldest married couple in the USA!
Keep your eyes pealed for the upcoming Documentary!

She read the role of Anne in the new work, Monsters & Etiquette by Caroline Kelly Franklin

May 

5/2: She performed in the Reopening of Actoria!

5/14-19: She traveled to Nashville to workshop the new folk musical,
Johnny & the Devil's Box at Belmont University
 


5/28-29: She was part of The First Stage Residency's workshop of
Iphigenia at the Drama League

April

4/6: She performed in The Magnolia Room's Grand Opening!

Pictured with Broadway's Raissa Katona Bennett, Frank Mastrone, and David Friedman

4/27: She performed in her solo CABARET,
Fox & the City 

4/30: She played Abigail King in Industry reading of Johnny & the Devil's Box @ Song Space

March

3/8: She appeared in the Mockumentary,
Casting Chloe

BTS PC: Larry Rosen

3/25: She performed in the Johny fundraiser at the Jalopy Theatre!

3/30: She was featured on
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Catch her in Season 4, Episode 5

February '18

2/26: AMC: An Ode to Coffee in Concert at Indian Road Cafe @ 6 pm.

November

11/20:  Johnny & the Devil's Box in Concert at Rockwood Musical Hall 


She played in the parody commercial for, Clear Blue Panic

(Created by Bret Shuford)


She played Sabrina, the Fraulein in "Late Night Birthday Sax" sizzle reel

Directed by Wendy Seyb, Created by Tim Girrbach

August

She was the featured guest at Kenneth Gartman's, monthly cabaret!

July

She stars as Kathy Selden in Singin' in the Rain at Summer Theatre of New Canaan this summer!
*CT CRITICS CIRCLE & BROADWAYWORLD CT NOMINEE

"Fox’s Kathy Selden is a triple threat. She has a gorgeous voice, is a spirited hoofer and a convincing actress. Her ever-present smile and cheerful persona light up the stage."- Stuart Brown, STUonBroadway


"First, there’s Annabelle Fox, whose performance as rising star and Lockwood’s love interest Kathy Seldin gives a timely tribute to the late Debbie Reynolds. Fox, with her wide, glistening blue eyes, genuine earnesty, and infectious smile, is a vision of Reynolds, but her performance never veers into impersonation. It’s impossible not to smile when she’s on stage."- Charlie Hobbs, The New Canaanite


June

She attended the NYC screening of the brand new web-series, ROYALLY! 
www.royallyseries.com

May

She sang at Summer Theatre of New Canaan's, Music of the Night Gala!

Featured Broadway guests: Mark Jacoby, and Jazmine Gorsline
Accompanist, David Hancock Turner

She took part in Johnny & the Devil's Box at the Drama League Theater Center
Artists in residence: John Hurley & Jennifer Jancuska

PC: John Hurley (Director)

February-April

She starred as Magnolia Hawks in Showboat as part of Alhambra's 50th anniversary season!

"As Nolie and Gaylord, Fox and Taylor do an admirable job tracing the couple’s relationship from the heady days of first infatuation through the financial hardships and heartache brought about by Gaylord’s gambling"-Ponte Vedra

Watch her interview on THECHAT here

Watch her interview on WTLV-TV12 here

EU Jacksonville review here

January '17

She performed alongside Broadway's, A.J. Shively (Bright Star), Lora Lee Gayer (Holiday Inn),
and more in
Ex: Nihilo at 54Below

Check it out on BROADWAYWORLD & TheatreMania!

December

She played with the LTR Theatre Company in How LTR Stole Christmas

October

She took a mini hiatus from performing and got married! 
(the biggest production of her life!)
photo credit: Ingrid Heres

September

She starred in the workshop of the new musical, Likah at the Rochester Fringe Festival

August

She took part in the Carded! concert, hosted by TheatreworksUSA @ 54Below

AND she officially signed with Cyd LeVin & Associates! 

July

She played Joy Lynn in the Appalachian Christmas story, Moonshine & Mistletoe @ The York  
Read up on the creative team here and their bway world article here!


She played Madison (Princess in Training) in the new web series, Royally

June

She was a part of the Playbillie's, Oh Broadway Where art Thou? event at 54Below on June 14th.
She performed alongside Broadway stars from Southern Comfort, Bright Star, and The Robber Bridegroom

May

She performed at the TONY nominated Paper Mill Playhouse on May 13th & 14th!

March

Annabelle becomes a member of Actor's Equity!

January '16

Annabelle embarks on the national tour of
Junie B's Essential Survival Guide to School, starring as Junie B. Jones!

Read her interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune!

Watch her KDKA-TV interview from her week in Pittsburgh! 


December

Winter Wind Sings: A Hangar Theatre Re-Awakening
54 Below. December 21st @ 11: 30 pm.

November

She joins the cast of Flight School at the Vital Theatre to fill the leading shoes of, Penguin.

Read the New York Times review here!


Summer 2015

She played, Thea in Hangar Theatre's production of Spring Awakening

“And what stirring voices! - Waldman has cast this show perfectly, with 11 gifted young singer-actors and two adults…the traditional theme of innocence and experience is delivered so intensely it seems new again. And this particular cast of young people plays that well, in feeling performances that, in my opinion, are more moving than in the Broadway original."- Barbra Adams, The Ithaca Journal


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Backstage

Pictured with Broadway's Jonathon Groff after a performance closing weekend


March-April '15


She took part in the Silent Planet: a New York Theatre Club's, first ever staged readings.
This fresh New York group performed, "The Light in the Piazza, "Myths & Hymns," and, "Floyd Collins" in which she played
Nellie Collins.  

Douglas Waterbury-Tieman, Floyd Collins. Annabelle Fox, Nellie Collins


December-April

She made her Off Broadway debut playing, Velma Gratch
in Vital Theatre Company's production of,
The Butterfly Girl! 

August-September '14


Annabelle played Chava in Studio Tenn's, Fiddler on the Roof

"Annabelle Fox succeeds as Chava"- Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean


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