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Mallory Maedke is an American actress, singer, and dancer. She was an alternate, the dance captain, and the assistant choreographer in the 2021-22 Broadway Production of Six the Musical, beginning on 17 September 2021. She left the show on 4 December 2022, playing her final show as Jane Seymour on 9 November 2022.[1]

Mallory played the same role in the 2020 Broadway Previews from 13 February to 11 March 2020, and in the Pre-Broadway Tour from 14 May to 22 December 2019. From 29 November to 22 December 2019, she took over the role of Jane Seymour.

Roles[]

Timeline[]

Production Timespan Temporary Principal First Covers Second Covers
Pre-Broadway Tour 14 May – 24 November 2019 Anne Boleyn Catherine of Aragon
Jane Seymour Anna of Cleves
Katherine Howard Catherine Parr
29 November – 22 December 2019 Jane Seymour
2020 Broadway Previews 13 February – 11 March 2020 Jane Seymour Anne Boleyn
Anna of Cleves
Catherine Parr Katherine Howard
2021-22 Broadway Production 17 September 2021 – 4 December 2022 Catherine of Aragon
Jane Seymour
Katherine Howard

Short-Term Roles[]

Production Timespan Temporary Principal First Covers Second Covers
Pre-Broadway Tour 23 July – 4 August 2019 Catherine of Aragon Anna of Cleves
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour Catherine Parr
Katherine Howard
29 November – 10 December 2019 Jane Seymour Anna of Cleves

Performance Dates[]

Role Debut Performance Final Performance
Catherine of Aragon
Broadway 1.0: 27 February 2022 Broadway 1.0: 18 August 2022
Anne Boleyn
Pre-Broadway Tour: 26 July 2019
Jane Seymour
Pre-Broadway Tour (A): 24 September 2019
Pre-Broadway Tour (P): 29 November 2019
Broadway Previews: 25 February 2020
Broadway 1.0: 7 October 2021
Pre-Broadway Tour (A): 24 November 2019
Pre-Broadway Tour (P): 22 December 2019
Broadway Previews: 1 March 2020
Broadway 1.0: 9 November 2022
Katherine Howard
Pre-Broadway Tour: 15 November 2019
Broadway 1.0: 14 December 2021
Pre-Broadway Tour: 16 November 2019
Broadway 1.0: 5 November 2022

Stage Credits[]

Stage Credits
Year Production Role Theatre
2015 All Shook Up Henrietta/Understudy Matilda Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre
2015 42nd Street Anytime Annie Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre
2015 The Addams Family Grandma Addams Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre
2016 Beehive Janis Joplin/Soloist Little Theater on the Square
2016 Hairspray Female Swing/Cover Tracy Turnblad Paramount Theater
2016 RENT Seasons of Love Soloist/Understudy Joanne Jefferson Metropolis Performing Arts
2016 Mamma Mia! Ensemble/understudy Ali/Lisa Paramount Theater
2016 The Little Mermaid Atina Paramount Theater
2017 Cabaret Rosie/Kit Kat Girl Theatre at the Center
2017 Hair: The Tribal Love Rock Musical Ensemble/Understudy Sheila Mercury Theater Chicago
2018 Memphis Ensemble Porchlight Theatre
2018 Legally Blonde Reporter/Understudy Vivienne Kensington Paramount Theatre
2019 Seussical Bird Girl Marriott Theatre
2019-22 Six Alternate Boleyn/Seymour/Howard/Dance Captain, Jane Seymour/Dance Captain, Alternate/Dance Captain Chicago Shakespeare Theater, American Repertory Theater, Citadel Theatre, The Ordway, Lena Horne Theatre

Trivia[]

  • Mallory attended Columbia College Chicago with Courtney Mack and Megan Leung.
  • Mallory was in the same production of Seussical as Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert and Samantha Pauly.
  • In 2015, Mallory performed as a back-up vocalist for Kristin Chenoweth at the Chicago Theater.
  • Mallory sang Stone Cold by Demi Lovato for her audition.[2]
  • Mallory received callbacks for every queen except for Anne Boleyn.
    • She later made her debut in the show as Anne Boleyn.
  • Mallory is the only actor in the North American productions of Six to officially cover every Queen.
  • Mallory's favourite lyric from the show is "When I get bored, I go to court" from Get Down.[3]
  • Mallory's favourite queen to play is Jane Seymour, but she also enjoys playing Anne Boleyn.[4]
  • Mallory's favourite part about being in Six is being with Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert and Courtney Mack, who are her best friends.[4]
  • Mallory’s favourite onstage mishap is when she was on for Catherine of Aragon and she forgot to stand up after the lines, “I'm not going away/There's no way” in No Way, so she stayed there for almost the rest of the song.
  • The best part of being an alternate, in Mallory's opinion, is singing all of the songs and getting to wear the principal costumes.[4]
  • The most challenging part about being an alternate, in Mallory's opinion, is remembering where she is supposed to stand.[4]
  • Mallory's personal 'queenspirations' for each of the queens are Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez for Catherine of Aragon, Miley Cyrus, Avril Lavigne and Disney rock era Demi Lovato for Anne Boleyn, Adele, Celine Dion and Demi Lovato's ballads for Jane Seymour, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Lizzo for Anna of Cleves, Britney Spears and Ariana Grande for Katherine Howard, and Alicia Keys, Beyoncé and Kelly Clarkson's album Thankful for Catherine Parr.[5]
  • If Mallory could be in a different production of Six, she would choose the West End cast, then she'd go onto the tour cast and then go on one of the cruises.[4]
  • Mallory performed as Jane Seymour at the Broadway in Chicago Concert on 12 August 2019.[6]
  • Mallory performed as Jane Seymour during Six's performance at the 75th Tony Awards.
    • Whilst acknowledging Mallory as a dance captain and alternate after their performance, host Ariana DeBose revealed that Mallory was put into the performance only 12 hours prior.[7]
  • Mallory sang as Catherine Parr in the Worldwide Six video.
  • Mallory is the second Six actress to become engaged on a Six stage.
  • Mallory was featured on episode 7 of Robbie's Backstage Bants'.[4]

Gallery[]

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"But I didn't look as good as I did in my pic..."
To view the Mallory Maedke gallery, click here.

References[]

Navigation[]

Broadway

The Queens Principals Adrianna HicksAndrea MacasaetAbby MuellerBrittney MackSamantha PaulyAnna Uzele
Alternates Mallory MaedkeNicole Kyoung-Mi LambertCourtney Mack
Ladies in
Waiting
Principals Kimi HayesMichelle OsbourneJulia SchadeElena Bonomo
Subs Elizabeth Doran

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