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Marie Zamora has performed all over the world as an actress and singer, solo concert performer and symphonic concert soloist as well as scripting and directing.  After being awarded first prize at the “Conservatoire National de Musique de Paris”, Marie originated the role of Cosette in the Paris production of Les MisĂ©rables.  Other principal roles include Kate in Kiss Me, Kate, Chairy in Barnum and Sina Marnis in Pirandello’s Les Nouvelles de Sicile.  Marie played Eve in the original New York production of Manhattan Parisienne at 59E59 and reprised the role in London at Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Other Palace.  In concert, Marie performed as guest soloist for Michel Legrand concert tours in France, Japan, Israel, Russia, and Bulgaria and at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London.  Marie has performed her own solo concerts in London and Paris and at Joe’s Pub and LFNY in New York.  In 2016 Marie joined with stars of Broadway at Carnegie Hall to celebrate with the New York Pops the 40-year collaboration of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel SchÓ§nberg.  Marie is a featured artist in Do You Hear the People Sing?, the symphonic concert of songs from Boublil/Schönberg works, travelling to major venues around the United States, to Canada, Shanghai and Manila.  She recently performed the role of Queen Marie-Antoinette in the Chicago world premiere concert in English of Boublil and SchÓ§nberg’s La RĂ©volution Française. Her most recent film appearance was in Gary Nadeau’s award-winning Pizza Verdi, co-starring with Norm Lewis.  As co-book writer and invited director of the Czech Republic version of Marguerite in collaboration with Michel Legrand and Alain Boublil, which originally premiered at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket, Marie brought particular insight to the title role having been the original muse for this musical, directed in London by Jonathan Kent.  Marie has directed the new production of Les MisĂ©rables in Bratislava for which she co-conceived the stage design and is the musical director.  She has recently completed preliminary work on her latest project as the author of a new movie, Aurora, now being developed by LBI Entertainment in Los Angeles.  Marie is the mother of two sons, Adrien and Maxime.