Performance Resume

Stacie Eirich, soprano

Theater Highlights:

Abigail Adams, 1776, Playmakers Theatre, Covington, La 2019

Royal Storyteller, Christmas in Camelot, Playmakers Theatre, Covington, La 2018

Elvira, Blythe Spirit, Playmakers Theatre, Covington, La 2015

Kate/Lilli, Kiss Me Kate, Slidell Little Theatre, Slidell, La 2014

Robin, Godspell, Vanity Theatre, Crawfordsville, In, 2006

Esther Smith, Meet Me in St. Louis, Community Players Theatre, Normal, Il, 2004

Theater Awards:

Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Abigail Adams in 1776)

-Alvin Awards, Playmakers Theatre, 2019 - Nomination
Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Kate/Lilli in Kiss Me, Kate)

-Broadway World Regional Awards: New Orleans, 2014 - Nomination
Best Leading Actress in a Musical (Kate/Lilli in Kiss Me, Kate)

-Ginny Awards, Slidell Little Theatre, 2014 - Nomination


Choral Arts:

The Washington Chorus: The Mahogany Series, Spring 2021 

The Stay At Home Choir, multiple projects, 2020-2021 

The Self-Isolation Choir: Christmas at Home, December 2020

Northlake Performing Arts Society, Mandeville, La, 2013-2016

Soloist, Northcross UMC Choir & Praise Band, Madisonville, La, 2012-2014

Soloist & Section Leader, St. Timothy UMC Choir, Mandeville, La 2010-2012

Greenville Chamber Singers, Greenville, SC, 2007-2010

Brookwood Praise Choir, Brookwood Church, Greenville, SC, 2007-2010

Soloist, Christwood UMC Choir & Praise Band, Lafayette, In, 2004-2005

Cantus Novus (SATB ensemble), Normal, Il, 2000-2002

Illinois State University Concert Choir & Madrigals, 1997-2000                                                              

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Theater News & Reviews


"Standout Performance: Stacie Eirich, who holds the richest vocals as Abigail Adams, resulting in a moving performance." 

-Theodore P. Mahne, | The Times-Picayune: Playmakers in Covington Presents 1776 with a twist: The cast is mostly women. June 26, 2019. 


"Adams also misses his wife, Abigail (Stacie Eirich), and the two sing a pair of long-distance duets (taken from actual letters between the two) that are among the show’s best moments."

-Ted Lewis,|The Advocate: 1776 declares its independence at Playmakers in Covington with a nearly all-female cast, June 7, 2019. 

"Noteworthy: Stacie Eirich, who not only conveys Abigail Adams’ intelligence but also a tender love for her husband John."

-Brian Sands |Ambush Magazine: Trodding the Boards, July 2, 2019. 

"There were several elements of this particular production that I very much enjoyed. First was lead actress Stacie Eirich's (Katherine) hilarious rendition of "I Hate Men." Already a hysterical number, Eirich's goofy antics and overly dramatic spouts of anger had me in a fit of giggles."

-Heidi Scheuerman|Broadway World Review; Slidell Little Theatre Presents Kiss Me Kate, May 12, 2014. 

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