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About

Renée

Recent credits include Andrew Lippa's THE WILD PARTY at NEW YORK CITY CENTER directed by Leigh Silverman and choreographed by Sonya Tayeh and HERE LIES LOVE at THE PUBLIC THEATER written by David Byrne and directed by Alex Timbers.

 

Hailing originally from Orange County, California, Renée lives in New York City and received her BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts at their CAP21 studio. 

 
 

coming up next...

Reefer Madness, Musical, Broadway, Renee Albulario

REEFER MADNESS


JULY 11-12, 2019

NEW 42ND ST STUDIOS
 

by KEVIN MURPHY & DAN STUDNEY

directed by STEPHEN BRACKETT
 

Reefer Madness is inching its way back to the New York stage. On the heels of a star-packed April reading, a pair of upcoming workshop presentations have been announced for a new staging of Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney's cult-favorite musical. Director Stephen Brackett (Be More Chill) and choreographer Spencer Liff (Head Over Heels) are at the helm of the private industry presentations, set to be held in New York City on July 11 and 12. The principal cast will include Ethan Slater (SpongeBob SquarePants) as Jimmy, Gizel Jiménez (Wicked) as Mary, Eric William Morris (King Kong) as Jack, Lena Hall (Bat Out of Hell) as Mae, Renée Albulario (Here Lies Love) as Sally and Nehal Joshi (All My Sons) as Ralph.

MCC Theater: BAND AID


MAY 20, 2019
 

by ZOE LISTER-JONES

directed by LEIGH SILVERMAN
 

Entangled in constant bickering, Anna and Ben find that the solution to their fractured marriage lies beyond clichéd couples therapy. The struggling Los Angeles artists decide to turn their fights into songs. ZOE LISTER-JONES’ hot new dramedy reimagines the meaning of love through the sounds of an impromptu garage band as the couple tries to make sense of it all.

Lincoln Center's American Songbook: Jose Llana


FEBRUARY 1, 2019
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER: THE APPEL ROOM

music director KIM GRIGSBY

A magnetic Broadway star who radiates youthful bravado makes a much anticipated return to American Songbook. His standout performance as Ferdinand Marcos in the 2013 David Byrne and Fatboy Slim musical Here Lies Love, directed by Alex Timbers, earned Llana a host of rave reviews, along with a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical. In 2015 Llana returned to his Broadway roots, taking over the role of the King of Siam in Bartlett Sher’s Tony Award–winning revival of The King and I at Lincoln Center Theater. Four years after his sold-out American Songbook debut in the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, the “strapping lead” (Time Out New York) makes his much anticipated return to the series with a captivating performance in The Appel Room.

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The Connector


JANUARY 28, 2019
SUBCULTURE NYC

music and Lyrics by JASON ROBERT BROWN
book by JONATHAN MARC SHERMAN
directed by DAISY PRINCE

How true is true enough? New York City, 1995.  Aspiring writer Ethan Dobson has his first article published by The Connector, a magazine with a storied history. As Ethan strives to be part of the magazine’s legacy, he navigates editors with god complexes, fact checkers with vendettas, proofreaders, lawyers, and the challenges of his own history. In this new musical, playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman (Women and Wallace), composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown (The Bridges of Madison County) and director Daisy Prince (The Last Five Years) tell a story about telling stories. What is the difference between facts and truth; journalism and entertainment? What happens when a gifted storyteller’s stories begin falling apart? Can anyone stop him?

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