Critically acclaimed for her “clarion voice” by the Associated Press, Brooke is a singer songwriter and actor known for her edgy pop tunes, distinctive voice and her unique career.
While juggling gigs with her band, Brooke has performed in 7 Broadway shows and has earned a reputation for her powerhouse vocals ranging from rock to opera. Since the age of fifteen, she has been writing and licensing her original pop music to network television and several soundtracks. Most recently, Brooke shared the stage with the Gin Blossoms at the Wellmont Theater.
A native New Yorker, born in the heart of Greenwich Village, Brooke’s first professional gig was on the Broadway stage performing as Young Cosette in Les Miserables. It was her first audition. She then performed in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, the soap opera "As The World Turns", and several TV shows and commercials. Her “ability to transform herself” as an actor has landed her roles opposite stars such as Lili Taylor and Kristen Johnston.
At the same time as she was starting her recording career, Brooke was given the opportunity to work with the legendary Broadway director Harold Prince on a new musical called Parade where she originated the role of Iola Stover. From then on, she continued a pattern of originating roles on Broadway including: Nadine in The Wild Party and Lily in James Joyce’s The Dead.
Brooke has also been critically acclaimed off Broadway for her acting in straight plays---most notably, her portrayal of the murderous Mindy in Wallace Shawn’s Aunt Dan and Lemon with special mention by the New York Times.
Brooke premiered Randy Newman's "Stupid Little Songs" in Seattle, portraying Randy's first wife in The Education Of Randy Newman. Later she performed on Broadway in the revivals of Follies and The Threepenny Opera working along side Cyndi Lauper and Alan Cumming.
Stay tuned for the release of Brooke's new single "Up All Night"!