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The New York Times calls her "a singer of incandescent ebullience, deliciously saucy."  People Magazine describes her as "the kind of rich theatrical voice that elevates a show tune."  And Time Magazine says, "Sally Mayes renders songs as richly nuanced as one-act plays." 

Sally Mayes made her Broadway debut in Cy Coleman's WELCOME TO THE CLUB.  Her performance won critical praise along with a Theatre World Award and Outer Critics Circle nomination as one of Broadway's outstanding newcomers.  On Broadway, Sally is perhaps best known for her performance in the Roundabout Theatre revival of SHE LOVES ME for which she won Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations.  URBAN COWBOY garnered her another Drama Desk nomination, (Featured Actress in a Musical), and she most recently appeared in STEEL MAGNOLIAS.  She has also starred in several OFF-BROADWAY productions, including CLOSER THAN EVER (Outer Critics Circle nomination), and DAS BARBECUE,  PETE N'KEELY (Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Musical),   She drew raves as Mae West in the National Tour of DIRTY BLONDE.  Film and television credits include CITY HALL and BYE BYE BIRDIE, LAW AND ORDER CRIMINAL INTENT, SEX AND THE CITY, and THE JOB. Sally also appears on countless cast recordings, including CLOSER THAN EVER, SHE LOVES ME, DAS BARBECUE, BYE BYE BIRDIE, LOST IN BOSTON, UNSUNG MUSICALS, UNSUNG SONDHEIM, NIGHT OF THE HUNTER, etc.  Sally has four solo albums, THE DOROTHY FIELDS SONGBOOK and OUR PRIVATE WORLD, THE COMDEN AND GREEN SONGBOOK, THE STORY HOUR, BOYS AND GIRLS LIKE YOU AND ME, and her latest release, VALENTINE.

Her rare and much anticipated nightclub appearances have garnered her rave reviews from Coast to coast, and she has been nominated for twelve Manhattan Association of Cabaret (MAC) awards and has won two BISTROS for excellence in Cabaret and recording. 





"Music runs through my blood," as Sally puts it. "It isn't something I do, it's something I am."
--Cabaret Scenes, 2000

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