Principal Theatrical Roles

Cosette in LES MISÉRABLES at the Mogador theatre – Paris
Kate in KISS ME KATE, at the Geneva Opera House and Mogador theatre – Paris
Sina Marnis in Pirandello’s LES NOUVELLES DE SICILE at the Sylvia Montfort theatre – Paris
Mrs. Barnum in BARNUM, at the Celestins theatre – Lyon
Cornelia in LA COMTESSE DRACULA, at the Mouffetard theatre – Paris
Eugenie in LE VOYAGE DE MOZART A PRAGUE, at the Potiniere theatre – Paris
Eve in MANHATTAN PARISIENNE, at 59E59 Theaters, New York, a New York play written by Alain Boublil including classic French and American songs.
LA REVOLUTION FRANCAISE – Queen Marie-Antoinette in the Chicago world premiere concert in English of Boublil and Schӧnberg’s rock opera

Manhattan Parisienne

Marie starred with Randy Redd, Jeremy Cohen and Stephen Zinnato in a brand new play – Manhattan Parisienne – a New York story, a story of differences and attraction, of two struggling artists and an unlikely meeting of minds.  She is a French actress/singer.  He is a Manhattan musician who has a history with Paris.   Connected by music, they embark on a surreal journey through New York on a cold rainy evening.   Manhattan Parisienne features excerpts of songs from the classic French and American songbooks by songwriters including Jacques Brel, George and Ira Gershwin,  Michel Legrand, Cole Porter and Charles Aznavour. It played to sold out audiences at 59E59 theaters, New York.

Written by Alain BOUBLIL. Directed by Graciela Daniele


Marguerite, with music by Michel Legrand, originally premiered at The Theatre Royal Haymarket in London. A new version opened at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre in Ostrava, Czech Republic and played in rep over a two year period. The musical is set in Nazi occupied Paris during World War II and draws inspiration from one of the greatest of romantic novels, La Dame aux Camélias, by Alexandre Dumas. The beautiful Marguerite is a cabaret star of Paris and the mistress of a high-ranking German officer. Armand is a young musician half her age. They fall passionately in love. Their dangerous love story is played out against the background of Occupied Paris.

Marie Zamora (the original muse for the role of Marguerite) worked with Alain Boublil on an extensive re-write of the book, based upon the original London version by Alain Boublil, Claude-Michel Schönberg and Jonathan Kent. Michel Legrand and Alain Boublil wrote two completely new songs for the production as well as re-shaping and re-organising the material from the London show while retaining the majority of Herbert Kretzmer’s English lyrics. Marie, at the invitation of Gabriela Haukvicová, the artistic director of the theatre, directed this new version of ‘Marguerite’. William David Brohn, the Broadway orchestrator, who had already collaborated with Boublil and Schönberg on ‘Miss Saigon’ and ‘Martin Guerre’, wrote the new orchestrations.