|Born||September 22, 1994|
|Education||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
Solea Pfeiffer is an Zimbabwe-born American actress and singer. She graduated from University of Michigan with a BFA and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She is best known for her role as Eliza Hamilton in the first national tour of Hamilton, which she landed after performing as Maria in West Side Story. Two years later, she starred in the New York City Center's production of Evita.
At 21 years old, Pfeiffer was selected by Gustavo Dudamel to perform in West Side Story after the Los Angeles Philharmonnic's artistic team showed him YouTube videos of her performing.
Before the COVID-19 Broadway shutdown, Pfeiffer shared the role of Eva Perón with Maia Reficco in the New York City Center's production of Evita, Pfeiffer playing Perón from age 20-33.
|2016||West Side Story||Maria||Hollywood Bowl||Los Angeles|
|Sunday in the Park with George||Celeste #1||New York City Center||Off-Broadway|
|2017||Hamilton||Eliza Hamilton||US Tour|
|Sondheim on Sondheim||Hollywood Bowl||Los Angeles|
|2019||Almost Famous||Penny Lane||The Old Globe||San Diego|
|The Light in the Piazza||Clara Johnson||Civic Opera House||Chicago|
|Evita||Eva Perón, age 20-33||New York City Center||Off-Broadway|
|2020||Gun & Powder||Mary Clarke||Signature Theatre||Arlington, VA|
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- Theater, Lincoln Center. "Solea Pfeiffer". Lincoln Center Theater. Retrieved 2020-07-19.
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- "Solea Pfeiffer theatre profile". www.abouttheartists.com. Retrieved 2020-07-19.
- McPhee, Ryan. "Solea Pfeiffer and Maia Reficco to Split Title Role in New York City Center's Evita". Playbill. Retrieved 2020-07-19.
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