Broadway’s triple-threat comedienne, J. Elaine Marcos will return to Rockwell Table & Stage on January 15th, 2018 at 8 pm after a successful debut of her solo show What I Did for..a Job this summer.
The show reveals humorous intimate experiences that J. Elaine encountered on The Great White Way and what it took to create her successful Broadway career. “I had to learn to break the “rules” in order to be noticed and many of my audition pieces were practically cabaret acts. So, I thought I might as well put them all in a show.” says 8 time Broadway actress.
J. Elaine’s was last seen in the 2017 CBS Diversity Showcase after being noticed playing ‘Connie Wong’ in the Hollywood Bowl production of A Chorus Line. Prior to relocating to Los Angeles, she re-created the role of ‘Lily St. Regis’ in the revival of Annie along side Jane Lynch. Her comedic reputation began after her portrayal of ‘Cynthia’ in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, earning her an Astaire Award Nomination for Excellence in Dance. Additional Broadway credits include the revival of A Chorus Line,The Wedding Singer, Flower Drum Song, Sweet Charity, Wonderful Town, and Miss Saigon.
On screen, J. Elaine made her feature film debut in Morning Glory as ‘Lisa Bartlett’ opposite Rachel McAdams; and went on to appear in St. Vincent with Bill Murray. TV appearances include “Grace and Frankie,” “2 Broke Girls,” “School of Rock,” “30 Rock” and “Law & Order: SVU” and many more.
This skilled Filipina comedienne writes and produces her own YouTube comedy blog series Motivational Mondays, starring as the linguistically challenged but always optimistic motivational speaker named ‘V’.
Tickets are available at http://www.rockwell-la.com and start at $20. Rockwell Table & Stage is located at 1714 N Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027. For more information, please visit www.jelainemarcos.org.