Jacqueline De Muro

Jacqueline De Muro is a San Francisco native, and a fixture in the local theatre and cabaret scene. Besides being a seasoned actress and singer, Jacqueline's own song compositions have been getting rave reviews. This month, January 2018, Jacqueline is performing with the 70-piece Peninsula Symphony, reprising her award-winning role as Bloody Mary in their concert production of South Pacific.

"Jacqueline De Muro, as Liat's famous enterprising mother Bloody Mary, excels at comedy and gleefully raunchy choreography, and shows off accomplished vocals in "Bali Ha'i" and "Happy Talk." " - Talkin' Broadway, for South Pacific

"Jacqueline De Muro, who plays Lady Thiang, the king's No. 1 wife, has the dignified stage presence required by the role, highlighted by her "Something Wonderful." " - Aisle Say, for The King & I

"Jacqueline De Muro’s dramatic soprano is very moving as the king’s head wife, Lady Thiang" - San Mateo Daily Journal, for The King & I

"standout performances include ...Jacqueline De Muro with her smooth alto voice in an all-too-brief appearance as the Deus ex machina, Trix the Aviatrix" - Diablo Magazine, for The Drowsy Chaperone

" Jacqueline De Muro gives a vibrant portrayal of Muzzy Van Hossmere and a pulsating rendition of "Only in New York."" - Talkin' Broadway, for Thoroughly Modern Millie

" The Shogun's mother is played by Jacqueline McSwanson who is smashing singing and playing the role. " - Talkin' Broadway, for Pacific Overtures

"Probably the best solo of the show comes from Jacqueline McSwanson, with a torchy, full-throated "I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good." " - The Almanac, for 1940's Radio Hour

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