|Had lead female role in the world premiere of "The Last Five Years", a musical by Jason Robert Brown|
|Played Betty Schaefer in the national tour of "Sunset Boulevard"|
|Played the Narrator in the North Carolina Theatre (NCT) production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"|
|Headlined the Royal National Theatre's tour of "South Pacific"|
|Raised in Raleigh, North Carolina|
|Understudied Emily Skinner's role of Daisy Hilton in the musical "Side Show"; played role approximately 35 times|
|Appeared in the ensemble of "Sunset Boulevard" and understudied Alice Ripley in role of Betty Schaefer; also appeared in the ensemble; made Broadway debut in 1994 when production was transferred to NYC|
|Appeared in Houston and Seattle productions of the Australian musical "Hot Shoe Shuffle"|
|Had lead role in NCT production of "Evita"|
|Returned to NCT to play Florence in "Chess"|
|At age five, made stage debut in production of "Carousel" at Meredith College (date approximate)|
|Had featured role in the premiere of a stage musical based on "White Christmas", produced at the Muni Theater in Missouri|
|Returned to North Carolina Theatre to play the Narrator in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"|
|At NCT, played Wendy in "Peter Pan"|
|Had featured role of Carla, the mistress of a film director, in "Nine" at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey|
|Co-starred in "The Rhythm Club"; premiered at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia|
|K D Kennedy||Father|
|Sara Lynn Kennedy||Mother|
|Alan Campbell||Companion||met while performing together in "Sunset Boulevard"|
|Needham Broughton High School|
|University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music|
|North Carolina Theatre's Summer Theatre Arts School|
|"Working in New York is pretty much the same as working in Raleigh, except more money's involved when you're working in New York. What I find amazing is that on Broadway, you lose perspective. You forget that you're working with people like Andrew Lloyd Webber, Trevor Nunn, and Henry Krieger, who wrote 'Side Show' and 'Dreamgirls'. They're legends of the theater." --Lauren Kennedy quoted in The Spectator, November 14, 1998.|
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